NEW YORK, Nov 30 – Proteome systems will use ink-jet technology provided by Microfab of Plano, Tex. in its proteomics instrument platform, the companies announced late Thursday.

Microfab’s technology, Matrixjet, allows the user to dispense biologically active fluids and to control the number of fluids, the number of jets and the configuration and spacing of jets.

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