ABI, Invitrogen Array Customers Worry Merger Will Raise Prices and Hurt Service | GenomeWeb
Invitrogen’s plan to buy Applied Biosystems, disclosed last month, is making some array customers anxious about how the marriage could affect their research.
 
A number of customers who use array and array-related products made by both firms said that they are concerned that the combined entity, which will be called Applied Biosystems, will consolidate product lines, possibly raising reagent prices and hurting customer service.
 

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