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Aurora Will Supply Leading Pharma Company with Instruments

Aurora Discovery announced April 9 that it had begun delivery of its Discovery System modular automation platform to an undisclosed major pharmaceutical customer.

The deal marks the eighth such system installed this year. The Discovery System encompasses technology such as Aurora’s Flying Reagent Dispenser, topology compensating plate reader, and high-density 1,536- and 3,456-well plates to provide high-throughput capabilities for a variety of cell-based and biochemical assays.

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