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Inproteo Signs Up Indiana University Business Students to Commercialize Proteomics Device

NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Inproteo and the Indiana University Kelley School of Business have founded a new company, to be run by students and faculty, to help commercialize new proteomics tools.

 

The first product will be an automated sample loader for proteomics research, developed at Eli Lilly and licensed to Inproteo. Shot, a company based in Greenville, Ind., will develop a prototype, which the new company, to be housed at the Indiana University Research Park in Bloomington, expects to bring to market later this year.

 

Inproteo is a consortium between Eli Lilly, IndianaUniversity, and PurdueUniversitythat aims to license new proteomics technologies or spin them off into new companies.

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