Dako Deal to Provide Agilent with FDA Expertise, Company Official Says at Jefferies Conference | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Speaking today at an investors conference, Agilent Life Sciences Group President Nick Roelofs reiterated that the pending $2.2 billion acquisition of Dako will further Agilent's push into the diagnostics market, providing it with new expertise and customer channels.

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