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Conradstraat 18, 3013 AP
Phone: +31 (0)10 414 5777
Fax: +31 (0)10 213 4919
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OYC Europe is a wholly owned subsidiary of Oriental Yeast Co., Ltd. (OYC Japan), who is one of the world's largest manufacturers of biochemical products such as enzymes, coenzymes (co-factors), monoclonal/polyclonal antibodies, recombinant proteins and superior quality liquid stable chemistry reagents. OYC has the oldest history of manufacturing coenzymes like NAD and NADP in the world.
OYC Europe is responsible for the distribution, sales and marketing of OYC's biochemical products in the EMEA (Europe - Russia, Middle East and Africa) region. OYC Europe specializes in serving clinical diagnostic customers, suppliers and technology partners all over the world. OYC Europe offers high quality products at a competitive price.
1. Biochemical Raw Material and Reagents : enzymes, coenzymes, recombinant proteins, medium for microbes, coenzymes, substrates, neutraceuticals, reagents, reagents for mutagenesis, blocking proteins, anti-bodies, serums, markers, inhibitors and research reagents
2. OYC R&D service : GMEX, Recombinant Protein Production, HiCEP, Antibody Production
3. OYC Marketing Service: market research, translation, product positioning, marketing material production, SEO and product promotion for the diagnostic and pharmaceutical industry.
Last update of this entry: November 06, 2013
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