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Nippon Genetics and Bulldog Bio Create Alliance in North America

Published: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, July 18, 2013
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Bulldog Bio to sell many of Nippon Genetics’ electrophoresis and cell biology products.

Nippon Genetics Europe GmbH and Bulldog Bio have penned an agreement that assigns Bulldog Bio the sole right to sell many of Nippon Genetics’ electrophoresis and cell biology products to researchers in the USA.

Bulldog Bio in return will support, market, and stock their products.

“We’ve already seen early success with researchers adopting Nippon Genetics’ safe alternative to ethidium bromide which we began to sell early in the year.”

Ella Fontaine VP of Communications further elaborates “The feedback from many customers regarding Nippon Genetics wonderful line up of products has convinced us that there are many more labs that can benefit from these novel tools.”

The terms of this exclusive distribution contract have not been disclosed.

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