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ABI to Sell LEAP s Sample Handlers, Infometrix Software With Its Proteomics Products

NEW YORK, Sept. 13 (GenomeWeb News) - Applied Biosystems will sell a robotic sample handler system for LEAP in North America and a chemometrics software developed by Infometrix with ABI's/MDS Sciex LC/MS products, the companies said today.


LEAP' sample handling technology, called PAL, is manufactured by CTC Analytics, based in Switzerland.


Infometrix's software, called Pirouette, is used by metabolomics researchers, the company said. Terms of the agreement call for Infometrix to retain "responsibility for customer training and technical support" of the software.


Financial terms of the agreements were not disclosed.

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