Leiden University To Use Denator's Tissue-Stabilization Tech for Proteomics Studies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Denator of Gothenburg, Sweden, said yesterday that the Leiden University Medical Center has become an early-access customer for its tissue stabilization technology.
Researchers in the Dutch medical center’s department of parasitology and biomolecular mass spectrometry unit have purchased a Denator instrument, which is scheduled for commercial launch at the annual Human Proteome Organization meeting in August.

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