Agilent Says New Liquid Chromatography System Helped Drive Q1 Revenue Growth | GenomeWeb
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The Bio-Analytical Measurement half of Agilent’s business drove the firm’s fiscal 2007 first-quarter revenue growth, and company officials cited strong sales of its relatively new 1200 Series LC system as a key catalyst.

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