Caliper Sees Growth in Academic Market, Rebound In OEM Sales to Agilent and Affymetrix in 2007 | GenomeWeb
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Caliper Life Sciences expects sales to the academic sector to continue increasing in 2007 as the benefits from its acquisition of Xenogen last year and the launch of several new products gain momentum, company officials said last week.
 
The firm also expects OEM sales of its chips to Agilent and liquid-handling equipment to Affymetrix will pick up in 2007 after a drop-off in 2006.

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