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Proteome Systems and SGE International to Co-Develop LC/MS Proteomics Kits

NEW YORK, April 22 (GenomeWeb News) - Proteome Systems and SGE International will jointly develolp a number of liquid chromatography mass spectrometry kits for proteomics applications, the companies said yesterday.


Proteome Systems, based in Sydney, plans to adapt SGE's capillary and nanoflow liquid chromatographic columns and tubing to interface with electrospray mass spectrometers. SGE is based in Melbourne, Australia.

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