Proteome Systems, Kratos to Develop Software for Mass Spectrometers | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 1 - Proteome Systems said Thursday it had reached an agreement with Kratos Analytical to jointly develop software that would help to further automate Kratos’ AXIMA family of mass spectrometers.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

The deal follows on the heels of a December announcement that Proteome and Kratos’ parent company Shimadzu Biotech would jointly establish proteomics facilities in Sydney, Australia, and Boston. That deal was also an extension of a previous agreement.

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