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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Agilent Technologies today announced the completion of its acquisition of Seahorse Bioscience.

Agilent said in a statement that Seahorse's technology for measuring cell metabolism and bioenergetics complements Agilent's separations and mass spectrometry business. The approximately 200 Seahorse employees are now a part of the Mass Spectrometry Division of the Life Sciences and Applied Markets Group.

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