ABI Cites Applied Markets, New Instruments for 'Good' MS Quarter; Analyst Says Bruker 'Key Beneficiary' of Stimulus Funds | GenomeWeb

Life Technologies said last week that its mass spectrometry business, housed in its Applied Biosystems group, performed above expectations in the first quarter of 2009 due to shipments of new instruments during the quarter and growth in the applied markets.

Meanwhile, an analyst report from an investment firm said that Bruker could be a "key beneficiary" of stimulus funding for scientific research.

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