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BARCELONA, Spain (360Dx) ­– Beckman Coulter this week publicly showed off its new total lab automation system, an instrument that company officials said would be a significant driver of the company's continued rejuvenation after it stumbled about a decade ago.

The Brea, California-based company, a subsidiary of diversified conglomerate Danaher, displayed its DxA 5000 platform here at the EuroMedLab 2019 conference in a sort of formal debut for the modular platform that allows laboratorians to essentially put a blood or urine sample in the instrument and then walk away.

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