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Operon Biotechnologies and DNA2.0 Announce Co-Marketing and Technology Development Partnership
Date:8/22/2007

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About Operon Biotechnologies

Operon Biotechnologies is a global market leader in high-throughput synthesis, serving scientists in academic research, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical development. Through our production facilities in the US, Germany, and Japan, as well as distributors worldwide, Operon provides a wide range of quality DNA oligonucleotides, Array Ready Oligo Sets (AROS(TM)) and pre-printed microarrays (OpArray(TM)). Since its inception in 1986, Operon has been driven by incomparable customer service and reliable delivery of quality products. Operon employs advanced synthesis technologies and consistently pursues unique innovations to maintain the highest level of excellence in both products and support. For more information please visit http://www.operon.com.


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