Cellzome Using Proteome Sciences' Mass Tag Tech for Proteomics Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Proteome Sciences will supply its tandem mass tag — or TMT — technology to German drug discovery company Cellzome, Proteome Sciences announced today.
 
Cellzome was an early beta test site for Proteome Sciences’ TMTsixplex, which allows up to six samples to be labeled, mixed, and subsequently identified. Now, Cellzome plans to apply the TMTsixplex technology to its own proteomics platform approach for analyzing protein-drug and protein-protein interactions.
 

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