NEW YORK, May 11 (GenomeWeb News) - Nonlinear Dynamics and Agilent Technologies have signed a co-marketing agreement involving Agilent's 2100 bioanalyzer platform and Nonlinear's TL 120 CM software, the companies said today.

 

Terms of the deal call for Nonlinear and Agilent to automate data exportation from Agilent's bioanalyzer for analysis, archiving, and data mining with Nonlinear's TL 120 DM software, the companies said.

 

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