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NC Research Institute Selects Waters as Primary Instrument Supplier

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The David H. Murdock Research Institute in Kannapolis, NC, has selected Waters to be the primary provider of analytical scientific instruments and products, such as mass spectrometers, liquid chromatographs, and associated scientific data management software.
According to a joint statement, DHMRI has purchased Waters’ Synapt High Definition Mass Spectrometers, Quattro Premier XE, Acquity SQD systems, and Acquity UPLC systems. The instruments will aid the institute’s research programs in nutrition science and disease prevention and provide it with capabilities in proteomics research and metabolic profiling.
Financial terms of the purchases were not disclosed.

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