NEW YORK, Nov. 7 – GeneProt said Wednesday it had agreed to purchase seven Bruker Daltonics UltraFlex Maldi-TOF/TOF (time of flight/time of flight) mass spectrometers, adding to its already large arsenal of Bruker machinery.

GeneProt, said that six of the new machines would be housed in its headquarters in North Brunswich, NJ. That facility is scheduled to be fully outfitted in the second quarter of next year. The seventh machine has been designated for its European proteomics center in Geneva.

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