NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Agilent Technologies company Dako said recently that it signed an agreement to acquire the intellectual property rights behind connectivity software from System Dynamics.

SDI's development team will join Dako, bringing "new software development competencies to one of the world's leaders in cancer diagnostics," Dako said.

SDI has been a business partner and supplier to Dako for several years and the two worked together designing and developing DakoLink software for use in Dako's Autostainer and Artisan instruments, Dako added.

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