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

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About PeloBiotech GmbH
PeloBiotech GmbH is based in Martinsried (near Munich), Germany and is a local distributor of high quality life science research tools and reagents with a focus on primary cell and stem cell biology, 3D cell culture and media development for human primary cells.

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