NEW YORK, Oct. 9-Due to unexpectedly strong sales of MALDI TOF and MALDI TOF-TOF machines to academic researchers and medical schools, Bruker Daltonics president and CEO Frank Laukien said today at the UBS Warburg global life sciences conference that he expects respectable revenue growth for the company despite the faltering economy.

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