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Lab Automation Moves Beyond Vaporware

Executive Summary

Diagnostics manufacturers have learned alot about selling automation to laboratories from their experiences with total laboratory automation and are beginning to develop more sophisticated approaches to design, pricing and marketing.

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Laboratory automation offered by large diagnostic companies has been slow to gain customer acceptance. One bright spot has been Dade Behring Inc.'s Dimension product line, which has found in recent years a loyal following. The Dimension RxL offers the first chemistry analyzer that has the option of also running a number of common heterogeneous immunoassay tests. It has been a huge success, giving Dade a 92% market share of the 32% of laboratories that have systems integrating clinical chemistry and immunoassays, helping labs save labor, time and money. Dimension is the product line most responsible for Dade's comeback from bankruptcy two years ago.

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