NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Millipore and Guava Technologies have agreed to integrate their flow cytometry instrumentation, reagents, and support capabilities in an effort to target cell biologists, the companies said today.
 
Under the terms of the partnership, Millipore will develop co-branded reagent kits for Guava's flow cytometers. Millipore also has exclusive rights to distribute and service Guava's non-clinical instrumentation within certain regions of North America, Europe, and Asia.
 

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