NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Promega and SwitchGear Genomics said today that they have been collaborating on the development of a new method for characterizing DNA-protein interactions.

The method, which combines Promega's HaloCHIP DNA-protein complex capture technology and SwitchGear's high-throughput promoter assays, is detailed in a research article published last month in BMC Genomics online.

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