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Bruker to Distribute Customized Protein ID Software from GeneBio

NEW YORK, Feb. 3 (GenomeWeb News) - Bruker Daltonics, a subsidiary of Bruker BioSciences, will distribute protein identification software from Geneva Bioinformatics as part of its mass spec software package, GeneBio said today.


Under the agreement, Bruker will offer GeneBio's Phenyx protein identification platform as an option to its ProteinScape software package. Bruker will distribute a version of Phenyx that has been optimized for its mass spectrometers.


The distribution deal builds on an earlier one for another GeneBio product.


Bruker and GeneBio will also collaborate to improve Phenyx and optimize it for Bruker's mass specs and workflows.

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