NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Life Technologies said today that its Applied Biosystems group has partnered with Chromsystems Instruments & Chemicals to offer integrated workflows for mass spectrometry applications in the clinical research market.

Under the agreement, the companies have combined Chromsystems’ reagent kits, calibrators, and controls with AB Sciex mass spectrometers and software for use in clinical research environments.

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