ABI to Debut New Tools to Revive Flagging Proteomics Unit; Thermo Hints at M&A Play | GenomeWeb
Will Applied Biosystems launch a new instrument in the coming months to boost its flagging mass-spec business? Does Thermo Fisher Scientific have its eyes on a big fish in the M&A waters?
 
These were among the disclosures made at this year’s Deutsche Bank 2008 Health Care Conference, held in Boston this week, where some of the biggest proteomic tool vendors pitched their shops to analysts and investors.
 

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