Invitrogen is making a systems move in the molecular biology tools space. But the company’s systems approach is not a convergence of the “omics” technologies, as it is in some organizations, but rather a drive to link its separate biodiscovery and bioproduction product lines to create what it calls the Invitrogen Operating System.

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