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PeloBiotech to Distribute ReachBio’s Products in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Date:10/28/2013

rs with specific needs such as unique cell types, particular donor background or HLA type, repeat donor cell isolations, and/or customized vial sizes.

“ReachBio is extremely happy to have PeloBiotech representing our products in Germany, Austria and Switzerland,” said Rob Chaney, ReachBio’s General Manager and COO. “We have known Peter Frost, one of the founders of PeloBiotech, for many years and have the utmost respect for him and his knowledge of the life science research market within these research intensive countries. He has already been aiding ReachBio’s sales and business development efforts for our specialized cell biology contract research services in this same territory for the last few years with great results. So having him and PeloBiotech now representing our products as well is a great fit and makes perfect sense.”

Said Dr. Peter Frost, CEO of PeloBiotech, “We are delighted to now be distributing ReachBio’s ColonyGel™ and normal human cell products. The high quality of these products reflects the reputation for quality and value that ReachBio has built regarding both its contract research services and its products. ColonyGel™ provides researchers performing CFC assays a great alternative to the methylcellulose-based media provided by the leading competitor, which has become quite overpriced through many years of price increases. Additionally, we are happy that ReachBio is able to provide not only standard vials of high quality cryopreserved human cells but also flexible customized offerings. This is a great advantage to pharma companies that often have unique requirements for specific types of cells and a strong need for vial-to-vial and lot-to-lot reproducibility. This fits in very well with PeloBiotech’s goal to provide customized solutions to aid our customers’ research.”

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ReachBio LLC is a life sciences organization based in Seattle, WA. It provides specialized contract research services and prod
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