Life Technology Helps In Swine Flu Hunt

by The Editors on May 12, 2009

SwinebjOur favorite Carlsbadistan-based life technologies company Life Technology has been “working overtime” lately to get out equipment that helps researchers identify infectious diseases like H1N1, aka Swine Flu, according to a story in the San Diego Business Journal.

“We have a surge of demand for this particular instrument from the labs associated with the public health network,” he said. “We are redirecting inventory to these labs as a priority.” . . The instruments, named Applied Biosystems 7500 and Applied Biosystems 7500 Fast Dx, cost between $50,000 and $60,000 apiece. Dansky said the systems were only developed in the last few years and were originally approved by the FDA for identifying avian flu.

On the one hand we’re worried about Swine Flu, but as shareholders of Life Technology we have to think it’s good for business, right?

[Link: San Diego Business Journal]

fred May 18, 2009 at 5:28 pm

hey surfer wanna be reporter dudes….uh, like DUH! a little more research help:

life technology is
not the “crystals make you healthy” type site you linked above

The Editors May 18, 2009 at 6:41 pm

Thanks for having our backsides covered, you stodgy old-media crank. We need all the copyediting help we can get.

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