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NEW YORK, Nov. 7 – Aclara BioSciences said Wednesday that Roche Applied Science had agreed to market its Arteas LabCard product, which is designed to allow researchers to run assays using small amounts of consumables. 

Roche Applied Science, a business unit of Roche Diagnostics, will begin launching the Arteas product in the first quarter of next year. Until then, Aclara will continue selling its LabCards. 

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