Agilent will begin shipping its new HPLC-Chip/MS product in January, the company said Monday at its annual analyst meeting in New York.

The announcement of the launch of the new proteomics product from the company’s Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis business unit served as a backdrop for a narrative of recovery and transformation of the company following an economic downturn that peaked in 2003, Agilent executives told some 80 analysts, media, and investors at the gathering.

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