By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Advion today said it has appointed Inkarp Instruments to be its distributor in India.

Inkarp will distribute Advion's expression, a compact mass spectrometer, which had a soft launch in August. The single quadrupole instrument is about half the size with half the price of a conventional single quadrupole mass spectrometer, and is targeted for the discovery research and process development synthetic organic chemistry market.

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