AB Sciex Acquires Labindia's Mass Spec Services Business to Expand Footprint in India | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on Nov. 17.

By Adam Bonislawski

AB Sciex said this week it has acquired Indian life sciences services provider Labindia's mass spectrometry division.

The deal, which stems from an ongoing partnership between the two companies, will expand AB Sciex's footprint in the fast-growing Indian market, "allowing the company to engage in a new level of dialogue with Indian scientists," Umesh Pawa, managing director of AB Sciex India, said in a statement.

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