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International Offices

BIOPAC Systems, Inc. solutions for life science research and education are used in laboratories and classrooms across the globe. International distributors are listed below.

BIOPAC Systems France

Pons-Himbert and Stucker

Catherine Pons-Himbert, PhD
Olivier Stucker, PhD

155, rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
Paris 75010
FRANCE

Tél/Fax 01 42 93 20 54
Catherine’s Cell: 06 07 11 00 12
Olivier’s Cell: 06 03 18 76 19

CEROM

BIOPAC France

155, rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
Paris 75010
FRANCE
Tel: +33 01-42-93-20-54
Fax: +33 01-42-93-20-54
Cell: +33 06-07-11-00-12
Cell: +33 06-03-18-76-19
info@cerom.fr
www.cerom.fr
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