NextGen, Paragon to Co-market Genomic, Proteomic Services | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - NextGen Sciences and the Baltimore, Md.-based Paragon Bioservices will co-market each others’ genomics and proteomics services, NextGen said today.
The alliance allows the companies to expand fee-for-service offerings including biomarker discovery and monitoring, functional assay development, protein production and proteomics, NextGen said.

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