NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Beckman Coulter yesterday said it has extended by three years a distribution deal with healthcare equipment-purchasing company Amerinet that covers its immunoassays, integrated workcells, flow cytometry systems, and other medical products.
 
The agreement, which Beckman said would tally up to $74 million per year, extends an original 10-year supply partnership between the companies.  
 

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