NEW YORK, Oct. 31 – Swedish proteomics company Biacore and mass spectrometer developer Bruker Daltonics said Wednesday they had agreed to combine their technologies in an effort to develop a new proteomics system. 

Under the terms of the deal, Uppsala-based Biacore will contribute its surface plasmon resonance technology and Bruker Daltonics of Billerica, Mass., will offer its mass spectrometry capabilities for a new platform to be known as SPR-MS.

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