NEW YORK, Oct. 12 - Phylos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have said they would collaborate to develop new methods for protein production that could be applied to the development of new reagents and microarrays. 

Under the terms of this deal, a team from Lawrence Livermore will work with Phylos to develop automated methods for the expression and production of cellular proteins. 

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