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Linden Bioscience Adds Proteomics Services to Repertoire

NEW YORK, Dec 2 (GenomeWeb News) - Linden Bioscience today said it has added protein identification services to its portfolio of research offerings.

Linden Bioscience said that the new service, called Strategic Proteomic Services, will provide protein identification and analysis via ABI 4700 Proteomics Analyzer and QSTAR XL mass spectrometer systems, bioinformatics systems for annotating the detected proteins, and other technologies.

The company will also offer 1D and 2D gel electrophoresis with or without mass spectrometry services.

Linden Bioscience said it is primarily targeting the contract service offering toward non-commercial research organizations.

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