NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Proxeon said today that it has integrated the software for its liquid chromatography platform with Thermo Fisher Scientific’s mass spectrometry data-management system.
 
By integrating its Easy-nLC system software with Thermo’s Xcalibur software, Proxeon said it has become a registered Virtual Instrument Partner with Thermo Fisher.
 

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