NEW YORK, March 12 – Three Bruker companies, Bruker Daltonics, Bruker AXS, and Bruker Instruments have agreed to work with Integrative Proteomics (IPI) to develop a high-throughput platform for protein identification and characterization, the companies said Monday.

IPI, based in Toronto, will purchase x-ray crystallography, high-field NMR, and MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry systems from Bruker. In addition, the Bruker companies will make an undisclosed equity contribution in IPI.

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