SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 26 – Applied Biosystems has partnered with the technology company Millipore to fund the Donation Department of Proteomics Research at the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Tokyo, the companies announced Monday.

The Donation Department of Proteomics Research is a three-year project focused on developing new techniques for protein expression profiling and for the analysis of protein-to-protein interactions at the cellular level, according the companies.

The level of funding provided by both companies was not disclosed.

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