Tecan, GE Healthcare Collaborate on Process Development | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GE Healthcare and Tecan announced today that they have agreed to a marketing collaboration under which process developers will be able to implement protocols and accessories for GE Healthcare's PreDictor 96-well plates on Tecan's Freedom EVO workstations.

The firms said that the predefined protocols and scripts for using GE Healthcare's PreDictor 96-well plates are now embedded in the EVOware software that serves as the control for Tecan's Freedom EVO workstations.

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