NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PerkinElmer said today that it will develop a software interface that will allow users of Agilent’s chromatography data system to control PerkinElmer’s gas chromatographs.

PerkinElmer said that researchers using Agilent’s EZChrom Elite chromatography data system will be able to use the interface to control PerkinElmer's Clarus line of gas chromatographs, including the 600, 500, and 400 models.

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