NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bruker Daltonik and Proxeon, a proteomics tools maker, have struck an OEM agreement allowing Bruker to sell Proxeon’s nanoscale chromatography system, the companies said today.
 
Bruker plans to sell the EASY-nLC system with its HCTultra ion trap, micrOTOF Q, and apex ultra proteomics tools initially in Europe, the companies said.
 
The companies said the EASY-nLC is optimized for use with mass spectrometry work, particularly LC-MS applications.
 

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