Agilent expands life sciences business with two strategic acquisitions Agilent Technology Inc.

This acquisition further builds upon Agilent‘s placement as a innovator in genomics. Related StoriesTumour DNA in the blood can accurately monitor cancer in real timeNew study examines previously unknown secret to DNA repairUnderstanding how schizophrenia impacts workings of the mind Joining Agilent is normally a win-win situation for Halo workers and our valued customers, said Olle Ericsson, former CEO and founder of Halo Genomics. With Halo’s innovative technology and Agilent’s market-leading products and long background of quality and assistance, we anticipate offering our customers an extended portfolio of solutions to meet their requirements. BioSystem Advancement Addresses Evolving Sample-Prep Needs for Drug Development BioSystem Development currently supplies Agilent’s Automation Solutions business with AssayMAP cartridges used in conjunction with Agilent’s Bravo liquid-handling platform for proteins purification and characterization workflows.‘We’re reporting this because we wish the public to be aware of the chance,’ said record co-author Dr. Michael Lynch, an ER doctor at the University of Pittsburgh INFIRMARY. Carbon monoxide, or CO, is an odorless gas that’s produced any time fuel is burned. Motor vehicles, small engines, gas stoves, fireplaces and furnaces are sources of carbon monoxide, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Prevention and Control. Without proper ventilation, carbon monoxide can build up to deadly concentrations, the CDC notes. Over 400 Americans die from accidental carbon monoxide exposure each year, and another 20,000-plus end up in the ER, based on the CDC.