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Agilent and Pierce Sign Co-Marketing Agreement for Bioanalyzer and Consumables

NEW YORK, April 8 - Agilent and Pierce Biotechnology, of Rockford, Ill., announced today a co-marketing agreement for Agilent's 2100 bioanalyzer and protein LabChip kits,  along with Pierce's protein reagents and consumables.


The companies said they will initially focus on protein applications where they have existing products. They will develop joint application notes showing how the bioanalyzer and LabChip kits, which measure sample quality and quantity, can be used with Pierce's samples.


Agilent, of Palo Alto, Calif., also said that it has sold 1,800 bioanalyzers to date.


Pierce is a subsidiary of Perbio Science in Stockholm, Sweden.



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