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Ciphergen Partners with GE on ProteinChip Service in Asia

A unit of General Electric will become Ciphergen Biosystems’ post-sale services partner for its ProteinChip systems for hospitals in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, the companies said Dec. 18. Ciphergen and GE Medical Systems have been working together in China on an “informal basis” for the past year, and have now established a “formal,” multi-year services agreement. The agreement is with the Medical Systems’ Trade and Development unit.

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