NEW YORK, May 16 – Merck’s acquisition of Rosetta Inpharmatics will not affect the alliance between Rosetta and Agilent Technologies, an exclusive distributor of the Rosetta Resolver gene expression system, Merck and Agilent said Wednesday.

Following Merck’s acquisition of Rosetta, Agilent will continue to work with Rosetta as the only outside distributor of Rosetta Resolver, and will continue to work with Rosetta to develop gene expression technologies.

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