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Matrix Science Forms Japanese Subsidiary

NEW YORK, Jan. 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Matrix Science said today that it has established a new Japanese subsidiary in order to strengthen its presence in the Japanese proteomics market.

 

The subsidiary, called Matrix Science KK, is led by Naoki Tanaka and Itaru Usami, said Matrix.

 

"Japanese science is exceptionally strong in proteomics technologies, especially mass spectrometry," Matrix co-founder John Cottrell said in a statement. "This has made Japan a very important market for our software, consistently representing some 30 precent of our worldwide business. By establishing Matrix Science KK, we can provide a higher level of service to our present and future customers."

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