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Bruker to Market, Sell Proteomics Labeling Reagents for Serva Electrophoresis

NEW YORK, June 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Bruker Daltonics will co-market and sell a labeling reagent for quantitative proteomics for Serva Electrophoresis of Heidelberg, Germany, the companies said today.

 

The technology, called Isotope Coded Protein Label or ICPL, was developed by researchers at the Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry in Martinsried, Germany, and is exclusively licensed to Serva. Under the new agreement, Bruker will provide ICPL kits worldwide.

 

ICPL is compatible with all types of mass spectrometers, according to the companies. The technology, which tags all lysine side chains, allows researchers to label both peptides and intact proteins.

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