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Applied Biosystems (NYSE: ABI), an Applera Corporation business, and its joint venture partner, MDS Sciex, a division of MDS Inc.
With the recent completion of the HapMap project, Applied Biosystems has developed more than one million new assays for the latest HapMap data set to bring its total number of assays for this data to 2.
Applied Biosystems has product offerings based on each of these broad technologies.
principal investigator of the North American Regional Center for the Genographic Project and assistant professor in the department of anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, is the first project researcher to receive the state-of-the-art equipment from Applied Biosystems.
This press release contains forward-looking statements relating to Applied Materials' acquisition of Applied Films and expected benefits of the transaction, including growth opportunities in existing and emerging markets, technology leadership and improved product capabilities.
Expanding our business across the Asia Pacific region by providing our industry leading technologies to a broader group of customers is at the core of Applied Biosystems strategy," said Burzik.
The acquisition is also anticipated to provide growth opportunities for Applied Materials in solar cell as well as flexible electronics applications where our combined knowledge and capabilities will enable us to bring a new level of expertise to these expanding markets," said Mark Pinto, senior vice president and chief technical officer of Applied Materials.
Stevenson has been Division President, Applied Markets Division, since it was created in 2004.
88-98 held that, when a taxpayer claims an overpayment on a return filed either on the original due date or on extension and the claimed overpayment is applied in full against an installment of the succeeding year's estimated tax, interest on a subsequently determined deficiency for the earlier year runs from the due date of that installment on the part of the deficiency equal to or less than the claimed overpayment and from the original due date of the return on the remainder.
Rather than apply the entity attribution rules of section 318(a)(2) without regard to the 50-percent threshold in section 318(a)(2)(C), as in the Archer/Rath/Moynihan bill, the House bill applied section 355(d)(8)(A), which incorporates section 318(a)(2), but attributes stock owned by a corporation to its shareholder only if the shareholder owns 10 percent of the corporation.

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