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PerkinElmer and Procognia, a UK-based early-stage company, last week announced an agreement to co-distribute and co-market systems for high-throughput, high-resolution analysis of the glycosylation of proteins.

The collaboration combines PerkinElmer’s Protein Array Workstation and ProScanArray scanner with Procognia’s U-c fingerprint lectin array technology.

With the partnership, PerkinElmer enters a new application space for its technology, at a relatively low price.

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