By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Oxford Medical Diagnostics and V&F Analyse- und Messtechnik announced Monday that they have formed an alliance based on mass spectrometry technology.

Unde the terms of the alliance, Oxford, UK-based OMD will offer and support V&F's high-performance mass spec analyzers in the UK and Ireland. In addition, OMD will establish a contract batch sample analysis service at its Oxford labs to provide analytical services to customers using V&F's instruments.

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