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Proteome Sciences Renames German Subsidiaries

NEW YORK, March 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Proteome Sciences announced this week that it has renamed the company's German subsidiaries.

 

The company previously known as Xzillion has been renamed Proteome Sciences R&D. The company once known as Xzillion Verwaltungs has been renamed Proteome Sciences R&D Verwaltungs.

 

The name changes reflect the Proteome Sciences' desire to keep one identifiable name for the whole company, according to a statement from Proteome Sciences.

 

 

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