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Leap Technologies to Be US Distributor of MDS NanoLC Proteomics System

NEW YORK, Aug. 5 (GenomeWeb News) - Leap Technologies has signed an agreement with MDS Sciex to distribute MDS' NanoLC proteomics system in the US market, the companies said today.


The system, launched at the American Society of Mass Spectrometry conference in Montreal this Jule, uses Eksigent Technologies' Microfluidic Flow control system for nanoscale chromatography. It is used in LC/MS identification of peptides and on its own.


Leap Technologies is based in Carrboro, NC.

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