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Tecan to Display Automation Solutions at AABB Annual Meeting and TXPO 2005

Published: Monday, October 17, 2005
Last Updated: Monday, October 17, 2005
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Tecan is exhibiting liquid handling workstations, microplate reader and a strip-washer.

Tecan US has announced that it will be demonstrating its full range of products for genomics, proteomics, drug discovery and clinical diagnostic applications at the AABB Annual Meeting and TXPO 2005 in Seattle, WA.

This industry meeting is being held October 15-18, 2005, at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center.

Meeting attendees will have the opportunity to visit Tecan's interactive booth (#1423, Exhibit Hall 4B), and see a wide range of Tecan robotics including Freedom EVO® 75 and Freedom EVO 150 liquid handling workstations with eight pipetting tips, Tecan's Sunrise™, the versatile absorbance microplate reader and the Columbus Pro™ high performance strip-washer.


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