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Genetix Joins Molecular Devices: Combining Businesses to be in a Better Position to Serve Customers
Date:7/5/2011

SUNNYVALE, Calif., July 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Molecular Devices, a leading provider of instruments, software, and consumables for drug discovery and life sciences research, announced that the Drug Discovery Division of Genetix will join Molecular Devices.

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With the addition of Genetix, Molecular Devices continues to grow as a leading technology supply company for research, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical customers around the world.

Research in Pharma/Biotech is shifting toward biotherapeutic drugs (antibodies, proteins, and vaccines).  Two key products from Genetix, the ClonePix™ and QPix™ instrument platforms, address cell lines used in biotherapeutic research.  ClonePix is an automated mammalian cell selection platform that significantly expedites the process of identifying and selecting cells that produce biotherapeutic candidates, reducing both time and cost.

In addition, the CloneSelect™ Imager and CellReporter from Genetix will extend Molecular Devices' imaging portfolio. These products offer a good value for a budget conscious end user.

Commenting on the move, Mark Verheyden, President of Molecular Devices said, "We are excited about welcoming Genetix into the Molecular Devices team, knowing that the combined business will be better positioned to serve our customers."

About Molecular Devices, Inc.

At Molecular Devices we have one focus—our customers. Whether a long-time user, recent adopter, or prospective customer, your needs fuel our actions. We hire creative, best-in-class people to design, manufacture, and commercialize analytical instruments, software, and assays as well as provide dedicated follow-on support. Understanding your laboratory workflow is our top priority, and we direct product development toward solving your unique issues. Our instruments offer a full spectrum of detection technologies and meet all throughput needs—from dedicated, single-readout devices to multi-readout systems. Our goal is to deliver highly relevant analytical products to detect biology, decode data, and drive discovery. With headquarters in Silicon Valley and offices around the globe, we support and enrich efforts of the international BioResearch, BioPharma, and BioTesting communities. Visit us today at www.MolecularDevices.com.

Molecular Devices products are for Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Molecular Devices, the Molecular Devices logo, and all other trademarks are the property of Molecular Devices, Inc.

About Genetix

Founded in 1991, Genetix offers cell selection and cell imaging instrumentation and related products to basic and applied research scientists. The product range has been rebranded to carry the Molecular Devices name.


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