NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Purification products maker Chromatide said today it has won a £70,000 ($145,000) NorthWest Regional Development Agency award to develop enzyme-immobilization technology.
 
The Cheshire, UK-based company said the technology will lower the cost of immobilizing enzymes, which could simplify drug-development and chemical-production processes.
 

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