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Proxeon to Integrate, Co-Market ProteinCenter With Matrix Science's Mascot Software

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Proxeon yesterday said it will integrate and co-market its ProteinCenter software with Matrix Science’s Mascot software in order to help proteomics researchers better evaluate data.
Proxeon launched ProteinCenter in 2006 as an application to help research learn the “biological relevance” of proteins generated by mass spectrometry. Mascot, meantime, is a search engine for proteomics researchers.
Proxeon, based in Odense, Denmark, and Matrix Science, headquartered in London, jointly promoted the integration at the American Society of Mass Spectrometry conference in Indianapolis in June.

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