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Agilix Licenses Proteomics Labeling Technology to Protana

NEW YORK, July 21 (GenomeWeb News) - Protana has taken a license to Agilix' protein labeling technology for proteomics, New Haven, Conn.-based Agilix said today.


Under the non-exclusive license, Protana will offer Agilix's i-Prot technology as part of its proteomic services. The companies did not disclose the terms of the agreement. According to Agilix, i-Prot allows researchers to measure many labels simultaneously.


Protana emerged from the ailing MDS Proteomics a year ago.

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