NEW YORK, July 12 (GenomeWeb News) - Caliper Life Sciences has granted Agilent Technologies a non-exclusive license to use a "majority" of Caliper's microfluidics patent estate to develop clinical diagnostic applications on several Agilent instrument platforms, the companies said today.

 

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