As one of many communities vying for the reputation as an upcoming hotbed of biotechnology research, one of central Indiana’s claims to fame is the Indiana Centers for Applied Protein Sciences. Founded in January 2004 with $7.2 million, including over $3 million from Indianapolis neighbor Eli Lilly and with pledges for business from other regional life science companies and universities, INCAPS — as the laboratories are known — has advertised itself as a provider of proteomics tools and services to the Midwest.

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