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.

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