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December 9th, 2005

ASU spin-out company acquired by Agilent

Abstract:
In a celebratory event held at the Biodesign Institute, Agilent Technologies, Inc., announced it has acquired ASU spin-out company Molecular Imaging Corporation.

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Arizona State University

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