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Life Technologies Offers New Rapid DNA Platform
Date:4/1/2013

ogies has approximately 10,000 employees and had sales of $3.8 billion in 2012.

About LGC Forensics

LGC (www.lgcgroup.com) is the international science-based company and market leader in the laboratory services, measurement standards, reference materials, genomics and proficiency testing marketplaces. LGC operates in a variety of international markets, which underpin the safety, health and security of the public and the regulation of industry, for both private and public sector clients.

LGC is the UK's largest, full service independent forensic science provider, with a wide variety of customers drawn from police forces and other law enforcement agencies, UK government departments, defence lawyers, as well as private corporations and individuals. LGC provides full casework and analytical services in DNA techniques, controlled drugs, toxicology, ecology, questioned documents, digital crime, firearms and ballistics and forensic pathology in support of modern policing.

Its operations are extensively accredited to international quality standards such as ISO/IEC 17025.  With headquarters in Teddington, South West London, the LGC Group employs over 1,900 staff, operating out of 22 countries, with laboratories and centres across Europe and the US, as well as sites in Brazil, China and India.  The genesis of LGC dates back to 1842, and for more than 100 years it has been home to the UK statutory function of Government Chemist.  Formerly the Laboratory of the Government Chemist, LGC was privatised in 1996 and is now majority-owned by funds managed by Bridgepoint.

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