NEW YORK, April 24 – Micromass has agreed to link its mass spectrometry software applications to Spotfire’s portals, Spotfire said Tuesday.

The deal is designed to help researchers speed up chemical and protein analysis by linking Micromass’ MassLynx software application to Spotfire’s e-Analytic and DecisionSite applications.

Spotfire, which was not immediately available for comment, did not describe how the companies would charge for the service.

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