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Ciphergen Opens Boston Area Proteomics Center

NEW YORK, June 26 - Ciphergen has opened a new proteomics center in the Boston area, the company said late Wednesday.

 

The center will provide services based on the company's SELDI-based ProteinChip technology and its BioSepra protein purification system, including large-scale protein expression, development of chromatography purification, development of analytical methods for proteomics, and furtherance of biomanufacturing processes.

 

Lisa Bradbury, a senior scientist at Ciphergen, will manage the center.

 

Ciphergen also has a proteomics center in Cergy-Saint-Christophe, near Paris.

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