NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Carna Biosciences will supply Caliper Life Sciences with a discrete set of protein kinases for use in its profiling and assay development services, and for its ProfilerPro Kits, Carna said today.
 
Kobe, Japan-based Carna provides products and services including protein kinases, profiling and screening services, assay development services, and crystallography products and services.
 

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