tebu-bio is pleased to become LifeSensors' European Distributor
LifeSensors and tebu-bio today announced that they have entered into an agreement under which tebu-bio will be LifeSensors' sole European distributor.
tebu-bio provides scientists throughout Europe with a wide selection of products and services for Life Sciences research.
Under the agreement, tebu-bio will distribute LifeSensors’
"We are extremely happy to have tebu-bio as a partner in Europe," said Marc Scholtyssek, (Director of Sales and Marketing, LifeSensors Inc). "tebu-bio is the only European distributor of life science reagents present in all major countries. This will give all scientists in this area immediate access to customer support in their native language. There is a nice fit of our products with tebu-bio's existing portfolio and we are convinced they will make a great job of promoting and distributing our products."
Didier Lecommandeur, (VP Business Development, tebu-bio) says "Our aim is to offer European researchers the broadest possible range of innovative reagents and services. LifeSensors has the largest collection of ubiquitin research tools commercially available for studying the enzymes involved in this complex pathway. Recent introductions display a huge advance over currently available technologies. Of particular interest are high affinity ubiquitin traps and Ubiquitin Pathway Enzymes Assay Kits”.
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tebu-bio is an expert in the supply and distribution of Life Sciences research reagents throughout Europe, their own laboratories also provide R&D contract services. The tebu-bio.com catalogue at http://www.tebu-
Lifesensors, Inc. is the leading producer of tools that facilitate the study the Ubiquitin
Proteasome Pathway (UPP) and also develops novel technologies that use SUMO to
overcome bottlenecks in protein production. LifeSensors’
research once not possible, and its traditional tools (associated enzymes, substrates,
inhibitors) are the highest quality available. For more information, visit http://www.lifesensors.com.
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