ABI Rolls MALDI-TOF Instruments into ABI/MDS Sciex Joint Venture, Merges R&D Groups | GenomeWeb

Applied Biosytems will transfer its Voyager MALDI-TOF and 4700 MALDI-TOF/TOF instruments to its joint venture with MDS, the company said last week. This joint venture already produces a number of mass spectrometers sold by ABI, which will continue to market, sell, and service the systems.

R&D and manufacturing of the Voyager and 4700 mass spectrometers, the only ones currently produced by ABI in-house, as well as related intellectual property, will be moved to the Applied Biosystems/MDS Sciex Instruments joint venture in Toronto.

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