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Compugen Licenses 2-D Gel System to Organon, Procter & Gamble

NEW YORK, Nov. 6-Compugen has licensed its Z4000 automated 2-D gel system to both Organon and Procter & Gamble Pharmaceuticals, the company said today.


The system, launched last February, allows for the design, analysis, and management of large-scale 2-D gel proteomics experiments.


Compugen is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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