NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Informatics firm Nonlinear Dynamics said today that it has been purchased by Waters.

Announcing the acquisition in a post on the company's blog, Nonlinear General Manager Duncan Barrie said that the deal emerged from a two-year partnership between the two firms on the informatics software product TransOmics, which was released last year for use with Waters' SYNAPT G2-S mass spectrometer.

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