Burnham Institute Buys Labcyte's Liquid Handlers for Fla., Calif. Labs | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Burnham Institute for Medical Research will use Labcyte’s Echo liquid handlers in two of its laboratories for research in cancer, neurological diseases, aging, diabetes, and obesity, Labcyte said this week.
 
Labcyte said the agreement is worth $2.3 million and that the systems will be delivered in about six months.
 

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