Aiming to retain its place at the top of the liquid chromatography market, Waters this week inked a collaboration to integrate its Acquity UPLC system with Thermo Electron's mass spectrometry products.

Waters views the collaboration as a vote of confidence from Thermo in its UPLC system, which faces a competitive threat from Agilent Technologies' recently introduced high-speed LC system as well as its combined LC/MS platform.

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