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Updated: Aug 1 2012

IntegenX

  • IntegenX
  • 5720 Stoneridge Drive
  • Pleasanton, CA, 94588
  • UNITED STATES

IntegenX designs, manufactures and markets automation systems enabling reliable microsample preparation and analysis for the life sciences. Sample preparation processes can be complex and expensive, and researchers must choose between cumbersome and error-prone manual procedures and expensive robotic systems.

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