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NuGenesis Technologies and Agilent will develop and market an integrated platform of NuGenesis' Archive software and Agilent's ChemStation Plus networked data systems...Packard BioScience purchased an equity stake of less than 10% in Agencourt Bioscience, which has a patent on Solid Phase Reversible Immobilization (SPRI) technology for use in DNA purification...Also, the two companies have formed an alliance to co-market their respective products for nucleic acid purification...As part of the restructuring of Nikon Corporation, Nikon Inc. will separate its instrument division into its own company, Nikon Instruments....On October 26, 2000, Eurofins Scientific, a bioanalytical technology and analytical testing service company, was listed on Germany's Neuer market...Protogene Laboratories will market and manufacture custom oligonucleotide DNA microarrays to commercial and academic researchers beginning in the first half of 2001...Trio-Tech International decided not to acquire Thermo-Electron's KeyTek business due to uncertainty in the global electronics market and capital concerns...Lion Bioscience and Bayer expanded their existing bioinformatics IT-partnership into pharmacophore informatics...


Beckman Coulter introduced the Avanti J-20XP High Performance Centrifuge System...Genomic Solutions unveiled its Investigator ProPic Proteomics Workstation...InforMax released the Vector NTI Enterprise...Myriad Genetics introduced ProSpec, a drug target validation technology used in mass spectrometry...Genomica released its Java/Oracle-based Linkmapper bioinformatics software, which will be sold by Applied Biosystems...Control Development introduced a 512 element InGaAs array-based spectrograph for use in spectroscopy and DWDM applications...Spotfire released its web-based third generation gene expression analysis software, Spotfire Array Explorer...Rosetta Inpharmatics released a freeware version of its GEML Conductor tools software to advance an industry-standard file format for gene expression data...PerkinElmer released the MHS-15 Mercury/Hydride System, an AA spectrometry accessory...Clinical Micro Sensors, a division of Motorola, unveiled the eSensor system, a low-cost and fast tool for DNA analysis...


Orchid BioSciences' GeneScreen subsidiary was awarded a contract with New York City to screen criminal evidence and generate DNA samples...Fabrica Carioca de Catalisadores, a catalyst manufacturer, became the first user of Thermo LabSystems' Nautilus LIMS in Brazil...Sequenom sold four MassARRAY systems to Hitachi, Genetics Institute, Genaissance Pharmaceuticals and Integrated DNA Technologies, raising their total installed commercial base to 16 units...The Mayo Clinic purchased two NanoChip Molecular Biology Workstations from Nanogen, which also had sales to Aventis, Egea Biosciences, SKW Biosystems and The National Cancer Institute...Nanogen also entered a cooperative agreement, worth $1.1 million over the next two years, with the US Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity to develop an arrayable electronic system to detect biological warfare and disease agents...SpectruMedix sold a SCE9610 Genetic Analysis System to Svalof Weibull...
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Publication:Instrument Business Outlook
Date:Dec 15, 2000
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