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Applied Biosystems announced this week that Mark Stevenson has been appointed president of the firm's molecular biology division, which is being renamed the molecular and cellular biology division. He previously served as president of the firm's applied markets division. Stevenson succeeds William Murray, who has resigned due to personal reasons.

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