What Do Agilent Protein Microfluidics and HP Ink Jets Have in Common? | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, April 11 - With sights set on its proteomics future, Agilent Laboratories has sought help from its Hewlett-Packard pedigree.

 

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