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SciGene Announces New Product Distribution Agreement with Rainbow Scientific

Published: Friday, November 15, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, November 15, 2013
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Customers now purchase SciGene’s line of sample preparation reagents from Rainbow Scientific.

Rainbow Scientific, Inc. and SciGene have announced at the Association for Molecular Pathology Annual meeting in Phoenix, AZ, a new partnership whereby customers in North America can now purchase SciGene’s line of sample preparation reagents for FISH-based tests directly from Rainbow Scientific, Inc.

Products to be sold under the agreement include: CytoZyme™ Stabilized Pepsin, CytoBond® Removable Coverslip Sealant, FISH slide wash buffers and tissue pretreatment reagents developed and manufactured by SciGene.

Rainbow Scientific, Inc. will complement their existing line of cytogenetic products including cell culture media, ProCell reagents and Cytocell™ manufactured FISH probes, with these specialty reagents from SciGene.

“We are excited to be working with SciGene, as this allows us to provide a more complete sample preparation product solution to our cytogenetic customers in the United States and Canada”, says Peter Mousseau, President.


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