NEW YORK, Sept. 18 – Nicolas Naclerio, the founder of Motorola’s life sciences division and former general manager of its BioChip Systems unit, has joined protein chip maker Zyomyx as its senior vice president and chief business officer, Zyomyx said Tuesday.

In his new role Naclerio will be in charge of corporate development, sales, and marketing for Zyomyx of Hayward, Calif. He will also be responsible for launching the company’s new products and services.

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