NEW YORK, May 4 – Proteome Systems of Sydney, Australia, and Sigma-Aldrich of St. Louis have entered a manufacturing and distribution collaboration, the companies said Friday. 

Under the agreement, the two companies will co-develop reagents and other products for proteomics research, which Sigma-Aldrich will manufacture and distribute. 

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