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Novo Nordisk Signs ActiveSight for Protein Crystallography

NEW YORK, Jan. 23 (GenomeWeb News) - ActiveSight has signed a deal with Novo Nordisk to provide protein crystallography, the company announced today.


Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.


ActiveSight is a division of Rigaku that features a portfolio of drug targets for co-crystallography.

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