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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

...assay. Sales of our Immunoassay systems grew at more than twice the market rate with placements of the new mid-range Immunoassay system, the UniCel(R) dxi 600, contributing to this growth." Gross profit margin was consistent with prior year quarter. Operating income was $74.6 million. Adjusted operatin...

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

...'s market-leading Power Processor Automation Systems and UniCel(R) DxC 800 and DxC 600 Synchron(R) Clinical Systems, as well as high-throughput UniCel dxi 800 Access(R) Immunoassay Systems and integrated UniCel DxC 600i Clinical Systems, which offer one of the broadest menus available today on a single i...
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Beckman Coulter Buys Out Royalty Obligation for Preeclampsia Markers

...w tests, expected to be useful as an aid in helping physicians diagnose preeclampsia, are being developed for use on the company's family of UniCel(R) dxi and Access(R) immunoassay systems, as well as UniCel DxCi chemistry-immunoassay work cells. The company plans to begin offering the tests by the end o...
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UniCel DxI 800

Description: The UniCel DxI 800 with its exceptional throughput, proven chemiluminescent technology, assay protocols like Access, Access 2, Synchron LXi 725 and load "on-the-fly" capability simplifies and automates immunoassay testing....
Company:Beckman Coulter, Inc.
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Beckman Coulter Announces First Quarter 2008 Results

...es Beckman Coulter's market-leading chemistry system, the UniCel DxC 800, and the industry's highest-throughput immunoassay system, the UniCel dxi 800. -- Named Scott Garrett, president and chief executive officer, to the additional post of chairman of the board, effective April 24, 2008. -...
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