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Molecular Devices Returns to Life Sciences Marketplace
Date:2/3/2010

ays to support the scientific success of its customers, regardless of objective: publication, compound hits, lead compounds, new molecular entity, bioassay, biotest, etc. The company will also provide dedicated, follow-on support to ensure that customer needs and expectations continue to be met over time.

According to Tom Driscoll, Vice President of Global Marketing for Molecular Devices, Inc., "Understanding each customer's unique laboratory workflow continues to be a top priority, and we will direct product development efforts toward solving customer issues and optimizing customer workflows. Our goal now, as a new Molecular Devices brand, is to deliver highly relevant analytical products and services to detect biology, decode data, and drive successful life science discovery in both applied and basic research environments."

Today, the Molecular Devices brand includes specialized products, services, and expertise for microplate, microarray, and label-free analysis; high-content and research imaging; automated and conventional electrophysiology; cellular screening; laser capture microdissection; and contaminant detection. Its products offer a full range of detection technologies and can meet all throughput needs to help drive success in basic research—from molecular to cellular to systems biology—as well as applied research—from discovery to development to production of new drugs, vaccines, and tests.

Some of the business' top product brands, which will also undergo renewal this year, include: SpectraMax®, ImageXpress®, Axon™, IonWorks®, Threshold®, CellKey™, FLIPR®, and Arcturus®.

About Molecular Devices, Inc.

Founded in 1983, Molecular Devices Corporation introduced its first microplate reader in 1987 and has continually broadened its product and service portfolio through a combination of internal res
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