PerkinElmer Purchases Mass Spec Joint Venture from Danaher's AB Sciex | GenomeWeb

PerkinElmer announced today that it has acquired the remaining half of its mass spectrometry joint venture from Danaher's AB Sciex for an undisclosed amount.

The JV covers inductively coupled plasma mass specs. PerkinElmer now has full ownership of its ICP-MS product line. In a statement, the company said that having sole ownership of the business "will help to ensure the continued success of this technology with a dedicated and fully integrated approach throughout the entire value chain, including R&D, manufacturing, sales, and service."

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