Genetix, Sense Proteomic to Collaborate on Protein Arrays | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Oct. 31 - Genetix Group of New Milton, UK, said Wednesday it had agreed to collaborate with Sense Proteomic to develop a new line of protein arrays.

Genetix said it agreed to work with Sense Proteomic’s of Cambridge, UK, to deploy Sense’s COVET technology in four prototype products. The companies expect to launch the new arrays commercially next year. 

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