German Lab Network to Use Bruker Biotyper | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bruker Daltonics will provide its MALDI Biotyper systems to more than 30 European clinical labs through an agreement with the Limbach laboratory network, Bruker said today.

Bruker said that the exclusive agreement covers orders for the Biotyper systems for labs in Ravensburg, Freiburg, and in Heidelberg. The company also said it reached an agreement with Limbach to jointly introduce the Biotyper in Poland through Limbach's labs in Warsaw and in Gdansk, and in other labs in Germany.

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