Backed by Compaq, Bruker, and Novartis, GeneProt Opens Industrial-Scale Proteomics Facility | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 26 - GeneProt said Thursday it has opened its large-scale proteomic discovery center in Geneva, Switzerland. 

"Today we basically established GeneProt's leadership in the role of proteomics," said Cedric Loiret-Bernal, GeneProt CEO, in a webcast discussion of the new center. Loiret-Bernal said the center is the first large-scale proteomics facility in the world. 

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