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Pall Opens Proteomics Facility in Bangalore

 NEW YORK, March 21 (GenomeWeb News) - P

all has opened a Center of Excellence in Bangalore, India, the company said today. The center will include a process proteomics lab for chromatography and down-stream systems and will offer clients validation services for FDA approval.

 

“The process proteomics facility is a service to our customers, said Holly Haughney, vice president of Pall BioPharmaceuticals Marketing Asia. “In addition we will have a training facility because while there is a very well-educated technical force [in India], we’ve found that much of it is theoretical.”

 

Haughney recently relocated to the Bangalore office, along with Vinay Joban, general manager of Pall Life Sciences India.

 

Pall’s biopharm business in Asia grew by 14 percent over the last fiscal year, the company said in a statement.

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