ZyGEM Corporation produces DNA extraction and detection products, molecular biology enzymes and individual enzymes and diagnostics, serving life sciences customers in basic research, forensics, clinical diagnostics and agriculture.
ZyGEM has filed 8 patents.
Molecular biology, DNA, Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular biology techniques
Molecular biology, DNA, Biotechnology, Genetics, Molecular biology techniques
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Dec 2, 2018
00:10 EST 2 Dec 2018 | BioPortfolio Reports Summary ZyGEM NZ Ltd ZyGEM, a subsidiary of MicroGEM International PLC is a drug development company that develops and technologies for life science , agricultural and horticultural industries. The company produces DNA extraction products, and enzymes used in diagnostics, molecular biology and industrial applications. It offers products such as forensicGEM, RNAGEM kits, phytoGEM, prepGEM and PDQeX 2400. ZyGEM's forensicGEM is formulated for DNA extraction from crime samples and CODIS samples. The company's RNAGEM kit produces RNA suitable for direct use in various downstream applications. Its prepGEM is formulated for highthroughput DNA extraction from animal tissue samples. The company's products find application in the fields of forensics, clinical diagnostics, animal livestock genetic testing, environmental, food safety testing, life science research and veterinary. ZyGEM is headquartered in Hamilton, New Zealand. ZyGEM NZ Ltd Medical Equipment Deals and Alliances Profile provides you comprehensive data and trend analysis of the company's Mergers and Acquisitions MAs, partnerships and financings. The report provides detailed information on Mergers and Acquisitions, Equity/Debt Offerings, Private Equity, Venture Financing and Partnership transactions recorded by the company over a five year period. The report offers detailed comparative data on the number of deals and their value categorized into deal types, subsector and regions. GlobalData derived the data presented in this report from proprietary inhouse Medical eTrack deals database, and primary and secondary research. Scope Financial Deals Analysis of the company's financial deals including Mergers and Acquisitions, Equity/Debt Offerings, Private Equity, Venture Financing and Partnerships. Deals by Year Chart and table displaying information encompassing the number of deals and value reported by the company by year, for a five year period. Deals by Type Chart and table depicting information including the number of deals and value reported by the company by type such as Mergers and Acquisitions, Equity/Debt Offering etc. Deals by Region Chart and table presenting information on the number of deals and value reported by the company by region, which includes North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa and South and Central America. Deals by Subsector Chart and table showing information on the number of deals and value reported by the company, by subsector. Major Deals Information on the company's major financial deals. Each such deal has a brief summary, deal type, deal rationale; and deal financials and target Company's major public companies key financial metrics and ratios. Business Description A brief description of the company's operations. Key Employees A list of the key executives of the company. Important Locations and Subsidiaries A list and contact details of key centers of operation and subsidiaries of the company. Key Competitors A list of the key competitors of the company. Key Recent Developments A brief on recent news about the company. Reasons to Buy Get detailed information on the company's financial deals that enable you to understand the company's expansion/divestiture and fund requirements The profile enables you to analyze the company's financial deals by region, by year, by business segments and by type, for a five year period. Understand the company's business segments' expansion / divestiture strategy The profile presents deals from the company's core business segments' perspective to help you understand its corporate strategy. Access elaborate information on the company's recent financial deals that enable you to understand the key deals which have shaped the company Detailed information on major recent deals includes a summary of each deal, deal type, deal rationale, deal financials and Target Company's key financial metrics and ratios. Equip yourself with detailed information about the company's operations to identify potential customers and suppliers. The profile analyzes the company's business structure, locations and subsidiaries, key executives and key competitors. Stay uptodate on the major developments affecting the company Recent developments concerning the company presented in the profile help you track important events. Gain key insights into the company for academic or business research Key elements such as break up of deals into categories and information on detailed major deals are incorporated into the profile to assist your academic or business research needs. Note*: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company. Related Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare News
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ZyGEM's latest funding round is Asset Sale.
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Investors of ZyGEM include MicroGEM.
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Competitors of ZyGEM include MolecularMD, Amnis Corporation, ProteinSimple, IntelligentMDx, Evogen, Life Technologies Corporation, BAC, Protein Discovery, Caliper Life Sciences, TwoF and 18 more.
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