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GSA Pricing Available for Advion Mass Spectrometer

Published: Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, November 05, 2012
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Company has named GSS as a United States government distributor for the new expression CMS.

Advion, Inc., in response to heavy inbound interest from government research and homeland security organizations, has named Government Scientific Source (GSS) as a United States government distributor for the new expression CMS, compact mass spectrometer.

GSS has approved GSA pricing for the CMS, and will facilitate the most efficient purchase of the CMS for these organizations.

“We have experienced strong demand across a range of government organizations for our new mass spec, and we needed a strong incumbent government purchasing partner to execute these opportunities. A respected partner with a broad range of life science products, along with GSA pricing, is vital for Advion to serve the United States government market,” says David B. Patteson, President and CEO.

Patteson continued, “GSS provides a history of strong customer support and purchasing experiences which will benefit our new users.”

Interested government facilities should visit the GSS website or contact the GSS customer support team at 1.800.248.8030 for more purchasing information about Advion and the expression CMS.


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