Restek to Supply Small Particle Columns for Jasco's HPLC Line | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Jasco said yesterday that Restek will supply it with small particle column kits to be sold with Jasco’s high-performance liquid chromatography products.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.
 
Jasco, based in Easton, Md., makes the X-LC system, which is used in high-pressure separation. Restek, based in Bellefonte, Pa., recently added Pinnacle DB 1.9µm columns for ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography applications to its HPLC product line.

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