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PerkinElmer Strikes Agreement for Cheaper Reagents for New York Biomedicine

NEW YORK, Nov. 14-AMDeC Foundation, New York's biomedical umbrella organization, has arranged a discounted supplier relationship with PerkinElmer for microarray reagents.

 

Under the arrangement, PerkinElmer will supply non-radioactive labeled nucleotide analogs, including cyanine- and biotin-labeled nucleotides, to the 39 AMDeC member institutions at "significant" savings.

 

The company would not provide specific or ballpark figures on the discount.

 

AMDeC (the "Academic Medical Development Corporation") promotes biomedical research in New York. Its members include Cold Spring Harbor Labs, the State University of New York at Buffalo, Rockefeller University, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and other institutes and hospitals.

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