Packard Backs out of Aclara LabCard Distribution Agreement | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Jan 5 - Packard BioScience has decided to terminate its collaboration with Aclara BioSciences in which it was to be the exclusive distributor of Aclara’s Arteas LabCards, a microfluidics array technology, the companies said Friday.

The companies said in a statement that the decision to end the collaboration, which began in February 2000, was made jointly.

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