NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Celera is cutting back its proteomics research staff at its facility in Rockville, Md., as the company gradually evolves into a diagnostics developer, GenomeWeb Daily News has learned.
 
Company spokesman David Speechly confirmed that Celera is “trimming” its staff in proteomics research but would not provide details. He said the job cuts are part of a strategic shift that includes cutting out proteomics research but continuing to use proteomics resources for clinical development.
 

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