Uppsala, Sweden, 4th September, 2012
Biotage (STO: BIOT), a leading global supplier of solutions and technology for analytical, medicinal and peptide chemistry, announces that Biotage is in late stage development with its partner Microsaic Systems plc of a fully integrated solution for Mass Directed Flash with Biotage’s flagship flash purification system Isolera™. A presentation will be held at the JASIS meeting in Makuhari, Japan on 5th September, 2012. The new solution will become commercially available in early 2013.
“This is a game changer in flash purification that will allow chemists to significantly improve their work flow. We have high expectations on the forthcoming launch of this product that will further strengthen our purification business,” says Toshiyuki Yachi, Vice President of Marketing.
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Biotage offers solutions, knowledge and experience in the areas of analytical and medicinal chemistry. Customers include the world’s top pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as leading academic institutes. The company is headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden, with offices in China, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States and a worldwide network of distributors. Biotage has 272 employees with sales of 428.4 MSEK in 2011. Biotage is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Nordic Stock Exchange. Website: www.biotage.com
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