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Cambridge Research Biochemicals to licence novel fluorescent dyes with The University of Edinburgh for in vitro research and development use

02:30 EDT 31 Aug 2017 | Sciad Newswire

Cleveland, UK, 31th August 2017 / Sciad NewswireCambridge Research Biochemicals® (CRB), offering over 37 years of expertise in the custom supply of research reagents, namely peptides and antibodies for life science research and development, today signed a licence agreement with Edinburgh Innovations, the Innovation Management Service for The University of Edinburgh.

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