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Fran DiNuzzo was part of a 10-member executive team that was working on combining Agilent Technologies’ genomics, proteomics, informatics, and bioreagents into a single business unit when Chris van Ingen, president and general manager of Agilent’s Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis unit, asked him to lead the Integrated Biology Solutions group.

“I jumped at the opportunity,” DiNuzzo told BioCommerce Week last week during a break from an analyst conference in Boston.

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