Buying Agencourt, Beckman Takes Risk On Sequencing; Is ABI Under Pressure? | GenomeWeb
This article has been modified from a previous version, which stated that Beckman does not currently sell DNA sequencers. The company sells two DNA sequencing products.
 
A little more than a month after CEO Scott Garrett said in a webcast that Beckman Coulter would look to bolster revenues partially through entering new markets, the firm has made a move to do just that by agreeing to acquire Agencourt Bioscience, a privately held provider of DNA sequencing services.
 

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