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OGT Signs Kreatech as Exclusive Distributor for CytoSure in France

Oxford Gene Technology (OGT), the pioneer of microarray-based technologies, has today announced that it has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Kreatech Diagnostics (Amsterdam, The Netherlands). The deal will enable Kreatech Diagnostics to sell OGT's CytoSureTM products throughout France, providing customers with a comprehensive aCGH solution. Speaking ahead of the announcement, Mike Evans, CEO of OGT said: "We are delighted to sign this distribution deal. Kreatech has vast experience and a broad customer base in the genomic arena, and is therefore perfectly positioned to market our CytoSure range in France."

Commenting on the agreement, Harald Berninger, VP Sales and Marketing at Kreatech said: "OGT's CytoSure products are the only arrays with content specifically optimised for the cytogenetic community. This advanced aCGH range represents the next step in cytogenetics from our FISH probes. Through the distribution of OGT's CytoSure we are now able to package the arrays with our unique ULSTM labelling technology, offering our customers a complete consumable solution."

OGT's CytoSure aCGH product line comprises a range of high quality arrays covering single disorders through to syndrome focussed, genome wide coverage. The CytoSure arrays, including the International Standard Cytogenomic Array (ISCA) Consortium-approved series, meet the resolution, multiplexing and budget requirements of both cytogeneticists and molecular biologists. Furthermore, each CytoSure array comes with CytoSure Interpret Software for effortless translation of data into meaningful results. The software allows fast and standardised data analysis through customisable workflows, automatic aberration identification, and comprehensive contextual input via integration with public aberration databases (e.g. Decipher and the Database of Genomic Variants) and the facility to build and share institutional databases.

For further information, please contact: Oxford Gene Technology, Begbroke Science Park, Sandy Lane, Yarnton, Oxford OX5 1PF T: +44 (0) 1865 856826 ; F: +44 (0) 1865 848684 ; W: http://www.ogt.co.uk/


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