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BioTrove Opens West Coast Office

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Woburn, Mass.-based BioTrove has opened new corporate offices and a laboratory in San Carlos, Calif., aimed at expanding the firm’s customer and technical support in the west coast region.
 
BioTrove said the new offices would facilitate research collaborations with clients based nearby and provide a base for technology demonstrations of its OpenArray genomic analysis system and RapidFire high-throughput mass spectrometry system.
 
“Expanding our offices to California brings us closer to both genomic research and drug discovery clients in the West, providing convenient, readily accessible regional support for these important projects,” BioTrove President and CEO Al Luderer said in a statement.
 
Among BioTrove’s collaborators are San Francisco Bay area firms Agilent Technologies and Applied Biosystems.

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