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Spectrum Announces bioWorld Distribution Agreement

New Brunswick, NJ (PRWEB) February 06, 2013

Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products has become a premier distributor for bioWorld, an internationally recognized manufacturer of bioaffinity matrices and reagents for proteomics research. This agreement provides Spectrum access to one of the most comprehensive line of life sciences and biotechnology products for research, including affinity chromatography, molecular biology, cell culture and microbiological reagents.

Spectrum’s major emphasis is on active pharmaceutical ingredients and controlled substances, excipients, dietary supplements, cosmetic ingredients, biochemicals, and a complete line of high-purity solvents for critical analytical applications. "The addition of bioWorld’s Separopore® bioAffinity Matrices for Protein Purification and related buffers and reagents for proteomics expands Spectrum’s current footprint in analytical applications, with a wide range of protein purification reagents not available in the market place. bioWorld’s line of research reagents gives Spectrum access to one of the most comprehensive lines of life sciences and biotechnology products for research, including affinity chromatography, molecular biology, cell culture and microbiology", says Mark Hurd, Spectrum’s General Manager. He adds, "We are committed to increasing our profile across all aspects of life science research from buffers and reagents to high-quality, easy-to-use research kits."

About Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products
Founded in 1971, Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products manufactures and distributes fine chemicals for production and laboratory facilities around the globe. All of Spectrum's worldwide facilities are ISO 9001 certified, and the New Jersey and California plants are FDA registered drug establishments and operate under current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). For more information about Spectrum Chemicals & Laboratory Products, visit

About bioWorld
bioWorld is a manufacturer and global supplier of life sciences and biotechnology products for research, including affinity chromatography, molecular biology, cell culture and microbiology. bioWorld was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Dublin, Ohio. bioWorld carries a catalog with over 14,000 SKUs. This includes the featured bioPLUS product line with over 4000 SKUs that are manufactured and packaged in the Dublin, OH facility and a growing list of products adapted to meet the dynamic needs of our customers in molecular life sciences including cell expression, protein expression and gene expression research.

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