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Advion and Waters to Co-Market Nanoelectrospray Mass Spec for Life Science Research

NEW YORK, June 9 - Advion BioSciences and Waters have entered a non-exclusive agreement to jointly promote their mass spectrometry products to the life science research market, the companies announced today at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference in Montreal.


Advion and Waters will jointly market and co-promote their electrospray products and integrate Advion's NanoMate 100 automated nanoelectrospray system with the complete line of Waters' Micromass MS Technologies mass spectrometers.


Advion and Waters will also co-develop and integrate Advion's ChipSoft nanoelectrospray operation software with Waters' MassLynx software.

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