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Bio-Rad launches new infrared databases

31st March 2008

Bio-Rad has announced the release of seven new high-quality infrared spectral databases to be used in the verification, identification and classification chemical substances – taking its total number up to more than 100.

All incorporate pharmaceutical, forensic, environmental, materials sciences and polymers applications among others, reports Laboratorytalk.com.

"When it comes to infrared, Bio-Rad provides the widest range of software and databases, so users can choose solutions that make the most sense for the way they work," said Marie Scandone, database product manager at Bio-Rad Informatics.

According to the website, Bio-Rad’s databases for spectroscopy are the industry standard in both commercial and academic laboratories – containing over 1.3 million spectra such as IR, NMR and MS.

Last month, Bio-Rad reported that it had increased its fourth quarter revenues for 2007 by 34 per cent to GBP 231.5 million.

According to the company, this increase can be attributed to growth across its life sciences and clinical diagnostics businesses, as well as the introduction of DiaMed products to its portfolio.

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