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NEW YORK — Calibre Scientific said on Monday that it has acquired Ontario-based life science product distributor Canadian Life Science.

Financial and other terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Canadian Life Science distributes a range of consumables for chromatography including vials and caps, liquid and gas chromatography columns, and sample preparation products. Los Angeles-based Calibre said the acquisition would help expand its geographic reach.

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