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Bruce Compton has become vice president and general manager for the chromatography business unit of Eksigent Technologies, the company said this week. He joins Livermore, Calif.-based Eksigent from Thermo Electron, where he was vice president and general manager for chromatography products. Prior to that, he was director of research and development for the chemical division, and later vice president of advanced separation technology, of Waters.

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