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Source Bioscience Signs up Four East Asia Distributors

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Source Bioscience has inked agreements with four companies to distribute its life sciences products and services in East Asia, the company said today.
 
The Nottingham, UK-based firm said it has signed on three distributors for its Geneservice genomic reagents, including RNAi and cDNA clones and libraries, and one distributor for its genetic sequencing service.
 
EnoGene Biotech will distribute the Geneservice reagents in China and Hong Kong, Dynebio will distribute them in Korea, and Bio.Etc PTE will distribute them in Singapore and Malaysia.
 
Under an exclusive agreement, Moritex will offer the company’s Geneservice next-generation DNA sequencing services on the Illumina Genome Analyzer II system.
 
The company also said that it distributes antibodies for GeneTex and EnoGene in the UK. In addition, the firm said that it has expanded its existing distribution agreement with Japan’s Kabushiki Kaisha DNAForm to include the KK DNAForm cDNA libraries and library construction services.
 

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