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Axel Semrau to Market Eksigent's Liquid Chromatographers in Parts of Europe

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Eksigent today said German company Axel Semrau will distribute its liquid chromatographers in parts of Europe.
Axel Semrau will market Eksigent’s Nano LC and Express LC HPLC product lines in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and the Benelux nations, Eksigent said.
Axel Semrau markets LC/MS and GC/MS screening products for drug development, proteomics, and pharmacokinetics.
Eksigent makes microscale pumping and microfluidic systems for use in proteomics and drug research.
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

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