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Agilent Technologies intends to continue focusing on building workflows for customers rather than aiming to be a one-stop shop for life science researchers, company officials said last week during the firm’s Bio-Analytical Measurement Investor Forum, which was webcast live from its facilities in Wilmington, Del.

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