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Peakdale Molecular Launches AssayReady4U(TM) in Collaboration With ChemPrintCo LLC
Date:8/27/2008

nagement team has been together for over 15 years developing unique and cost-effective products and systems for the biotech and high-technology industries. Their mission is to address the needs of the individual scientific researcher with ready-to-use assays in a single-use well plate format. We accomplish this by giving each researcher the ability to select compounds from leading suppliers in the exact amount and concentration required to perform their own unique experiments.

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Peakdale Molecular Ltd ChemPrintCo LLC

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Peakdale Molecular Ltd ChemPrintCo. LLC

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