NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Agilent Technologies will co-market CambTEK's extraction and sample prep technologies with its own liquid phase separation, life science, and chemical analysis instruments and software, the companies said today.

Under the agreement, the partners will co-market CambTEK's Rapid Extraction System (RES) for automated sample preparation alongside the Agilent instruments and software.

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