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Beckman Coulter's 4th Quarter and Full Year 2007 Revenue Grows 10.8% and 9.2%, Respectively; 2007 Earnings Per Share Beat Outlook

...ssay system and a third straight year of record placements of the UniCel(R) dxc 600 and 800 clinical chemistry systems. Demand for our chemistry / immunoas... to commercialize our next chemistry / immunoassay work cell, the UniCel(R) dxc 880i, the first of four new work cells coming in 2008. The new UniCel DxH, ...

Beckman Coulter Signs Agreements With Amerinet, Inc.; Ten-Year Partnership Extended for Another Three Years

...g Power Processor Automation Systems and UniCel(R) dxc 800 and dxc 600 Synchron(R) Clinical Systems, as well as high-...ccess(R) Immunoassay Systems and integrated UniCel dxc 600i Clinical Systems, which offer one of the broa...
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UniCel DxC 600 Synchron Clinical System

Description: UniCel DxC systems are built to deliver maximum productivity for your laboratory. The systems have the capacity to help your lab thrive in todays environment. Plus, designed to minimize workflow interruptions and maximize user-friendliness, the UniCel DxC systems deliver a faster, reliable turnar...
Company:Beckman Coulter, Inc.
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Beckman Coulter Releases the High-Volume UniCel(R) DxC 880i Integrated Work Cell

Targets Fastest-Growing Segment of Chemistry Testing Market FULLERTON, Calif., March 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Beckman Coulter, Inc. (NYSE: BEC ) announced today that it has launched the UniCel DxC 880i Synchron(R) Access(R) clinical system, an integrated work cell which consolidates ...

Beckman Coulter Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Results; Earnings Outlook Achieved on Strong Fundamentals

...cells and our next-generation cellular analysis system extended our breadth and capability. A fourth consecutive year of record placements for UniCel dxc chemistry analyzers and robust growth in immunoassay system placements also contributed to our success. Strong total and recurring revenue growth all...

Beckman Coulter Announces First Quarter 2008 Results

...expand our installed base." Recent Developments -- Launched the UniCel dxc 880i, an integrated workcell that consolidates chemistry and immunoassa... combines Beckman Coulter's market-leading chemistry system, the UniCel dxc 800, and the industry's highest-throughput immunoassay system, the UniC...

Beckman Coulter Announces Third Quarter 2007 Results

...tinuing growth of their outpatient and outreach testing. Demand for our immunoassay systems continues on a strong pace and placements of our UniCel(R) dxc 600i chemistry / immunoassay work cells nearly doubled in the quarter. "Although we continued to experience strong demand for our industry-leading cl...
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