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Ventana Medical's Automation Gamble

Executive Summary

Ventana hopes to acheive big-time diagnostics success by bringing automation to the overlooked esoteric fields of immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization. Like its predecessors in other segments of diagnostics, it faces resistance from potential customers who grumble about expensive, closed systems.

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