NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Bioanalytical contract services provider Advion BioSciences this week said it has acquired microfluidic chemistry firm NanoTek for an undisclosed sum.
 
Advion said it plans to use NanoTek's technology in combination with its own micro- and nanoscale LC-MS analytical platform to offer chemistry and analytical services for biomarker research, drug discovery, and imaging diagnostics.
 
Prior to the acquisition, Advion was NanoTek’s global distribution and support partner.
 

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