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ProteoGenix, Bruker to Develop Protein Biomarker Platform

NEW YORK, Sept. 29 (GenomeWeb News) - ProteoGenix and Bruker Daltonics have signed a pact to develop a high-throughput protein biomarker discovery and mass spectrometry-based multi-analyte assay platform, the firms said today.


Under the collaboration, ProteoGenix will implement its protein biomarker discovery methods on Bruker Daltonics' autoflex II TOF/TOF instrument. The partners said they plan to increase the speed, efficiency, and throughput of protein biomarker discovery methods by utilizing Bruker's magnetic bead-based ClinProt platform for automatic processing of serum samples and other body fluids.


They also will use Bruker's ClinProTools analysis, visualization, and statistical model building software for biomarker discovery and ProteinScape software for management of the data processing and archiving from protein biomarker discovery workflow.


Terms of the collaboration were not disclosed.

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