NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (GenomeWeb News) - Tecan and Invitrogen today announced a non-exclusive collaboration to create products for use in sample preparation, microarrays, and cell-based assays.

New product combinations will link Invitrogen's research kits with Tecan's laboratory automation products, multimode detection devices, and microarray systems that both companies will market.

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