Though Pharma Spending Continued to Slow in Q2 Proteomics Helps Waters and Thermo Sales Grow | GenomeWeb
Proteomics-related business remained strong for Waters and Thermo Electron as they reported their second quarter earnings this week.
While the two manufacturers of medical and laboratory equipment continued to fuss about the effects of tightwad spending by drug companies, they sounded a positive note over the current state of their proteomic businesses and expressed optimism about the future of that sector.

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