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SOURCE Techne Corporation

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Techne Corporation (NASDAQ:TECH) today announced that management will host a conference call on Tuesday, February 4, 2014, at 7:30 a.m. CDT to review second quarter fiscal 2014 financial results.

Access to the discussion may be obtained as follows:

Time:

7:30 a.m CDT

Date:

February 4, 2014

Dial-in:

1-866-240-5139

A recorded rebroadcast will be available for interested parties unable to participate in the live conference call by going to:

http://event.netbriefings.com/event/techne/Archives/2014q2/

The replay will be available from 5:00 PM CDT on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 until 5:00 PM CDT on Tuesday, March 4, 2014.

Techne Corporation and Subsidiaries (the Company) are engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of biotechnology products and hematology calibrators and controls. These activities are conducted through the Company's two operating subsidiaries: Research and Diagnostic Systems, Inc. (R&D Systems) of Minneapolis, Minnesota and R&D Systems Europe, Ltd. (R&D Europe) of Abingdon, England.

R&D Systems is a specialty manufacturer of biological products. R&D Systems has four subsidiaries: BiosPacific, Inc. (BiosPacific), located in Emeryville, California, Boston Biochem, Inc., located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Bionostics Holdings Limited (Bionostics), operating in Devens, Massachusetts, and R&D Systems China Co. Ltd., (R&D China), located in Shanghai, China. BiosPacific is a worldwide supplier of biologics to manufacturers of in vitro diagnostic systems and immunodiagnostic kits. Boston Biochem is a leading developer and manufacturer of ubiquitin-related research products.  Bionostics is a leading supplier of control solutions used in point of care blood glucose and blood gas testing.

R&D China and R&D Europe distribute the Company's biotechnology products. R&D Europe has two subsidiaries: Tocris Holdings Ltd. (Tocris) of Bristol, England and R&D Systems GmbH, a German sales operation. Tocris is a leading supplier of chemical reagents for non-clinical life science research.

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