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Agilent Licenses Big Bag of Toys to Incyte

NEW YORK, July 10 - Agilent said today it will license a host of microarray and gene-expression tools to nascent drug-developer Incyte Genomics.


Among the goodies Incyte will get are Agilent's catalog and custom microarrays, microarray readers, Rosetta Resolver software, and an undisclosed number of model 1100 liquid chromatographs/mass spec systems.


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