NEW YORK, May 7 – Applied Biosystems and BioVision have agreed to jointly develop mass spectrometry tools for proteomics applications, the companies said Monday.

BioVision, based in Hannover, Germany, has worked since 1999 with ABI's German subsidiary to test and demonstrate how ABI tools can be applied to proteomics. The expanded collaboration will give BioVision input into the development of new ABI mass spectrometers and associated equipment. 

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