Applied Biosystems, Biocrates Ink Co-marketing Pact | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Biocrates Life Sciences said today that it has forged a worldwide co-marketing agreement with Applied Biosystems focused on the metabolomics market.
 
Innsbruck, Austria-based Biocrates will promote ABI’s mass spectrometers for targeted metabolomics and for use in combination with its AbsoluteIDQ kits. In return, ABI will promote Biocrates’ AbsolteIDQ kits for targeted metabolomics in combination with its triple quadrupole and QTRAP series instruments.
 

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