NEW YORK, March 1 - Applied Biosystems announced on Thursday the release of a host of new commercially available proteomics tools.

In addition to the ICAT reagent technology, which was released earlier this week, Applied Biosystems said it had launced the oMALDI ion source, new software for the API QSTAR Pulsar Hybrid LC/MS/MS System, and a new version of the Rapid Integration Solution software for proteomics.

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