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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Beckman Coulter has informed the State of Texas that it will lay off 19 employees at its facilities in Webster, according to a notice posted on the Texas Workforce Commission website.

The layoffs are scheduled for March 31. Those cuts follow 11 positions that were trimmed from the Webster operations late last year.

At the time of the last round of layoffs, Beckman Coulter employed 92 full-time employees at the site, which performs R&D and makes diagnostic reagents.

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