NEW YORK, Aug 10 - Agilent Technologies and Ambion have agreed to co-market several of their products, including the Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer, Agilent RNA LabChip kits, and Ambion's RNA-related reagents. 

The companies said that by combining forces, they would be able to offer customers a range of products for improved RNA analysis.

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