ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Accuri Cytometers Inc., a life sciences company marketing innovative bench-top flow cytometer systems, today announced that co-founder and CEO Jennifer Baird has resigned and will be replaced by Jeffrey S. Williams, most recently President and CEO of HandyLab Inc., an Ann Arbor-based molecular diagnostics company acquired by Becton Dickinson for $275 million in November 2009.

Ann Arbor-based Accuri Cytometers Inc., a fast-growing life sciences company marketing and producing revolutionary bench-top flow cytometer systems, and eBioscience, the No. 2 supplier of research flow cytometry reagents, announced that they have entered into a worldwide co-marketing agreement.

Ann Arbor-based Accuri Cytometers Inc., manufacturer of a low-cost, bench-top cell analysis unit, announced the sale of its 500th Accuri C6 Flow Cytometer System.

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