NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Lumera subsidiary Plexera Bioscience said today that it has struck an agreement with MitoSciences to develop an antibody array based on Plexera’s ProteomicProcessor biosensor technology and MitoSciences’ antibodies.
 
Plexera said the development agreement is “in conjunction with” a previous agreement under which parent firm Lumera partnered with the Medical University of South Carolina to develop a protein-expression profiling assay.

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