NEW YORK, Dec 20 – Genomic Solutions said Wednesday it had reached agreements to provide proteomics services to Duke University and the Josephine Ford Cancer Center, bringing the total number of contracts the company has received to 25 since opening the proteomics facility in September.

A Genomic Solutions spokeswoman declined to give the terms of the contracts. She said that research contracts generally take one day to several years to complete, generating revenues from $1,000 to well over $250,000.

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