NEW YORK, Dec 7 - Large Scale Biology said Thursday that it expects to complete its new 53,000 sq ft proteomics facility in Germantown, Md., in the first quarter of 2001.

According to LSBC, the new facility will be the world's most highly automated center dedicated to quantitative proteomics.

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