Imperial College London Uses Syngene's Dyversity Imaging System | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Syngene said today that Imperial College London is using its Dyversity 2D gel imaging system to help identify proteins in its stem cell research program. 
 
Syngene, based in Cambridge, UK, said the school’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering is using Dyversity to identify and analyze proteins via 2D gel electrophoresis.
 
The university will use Dyversity to analyze proteins in projects aimed at determining which signaling factors direct differentiation in embryonic stem cells.

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