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Advion, Bruker Ink Mass Spec Co-Marketing Deal

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Advion BioSystems announced today that it has signed a co-marketing agreement with Bruker Daltonik to sell the firm’s TriVersa NanoMate nanoelectrospray source with Bruker’s mass spectrometers.
Under the agreement, the firms have exchanged instruments for applications development and product demonstration. In addition, the companies will co-promote their products at industry tradeshows and conferences, Ithaca, NY-based Advion said in a statement.
Advion said that the TriVersa NanoMate combines the benefits of liquid chromatography, fraction collection, and chip-based infusion in a single system.
“Bruker’s market position in the life sciences allows Advion’s customers more flexibility to use its equipment as well as opening greater market potential for future sales in proteomic, biomarker, and metabolism applications,” said Jack Henion, Advion’s chief scientific officer.
Further terms of the alliance were not disclosed.

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