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Shimadzu Strikes Mass Spec Software Deals with Phenomenome, Advanced Chemistry Development

NEW YORK, June 21 (GenomeWeb News) - Shimadzu and Phenomenome have inked a deal that will allow researchers to use Phenomenome's informatics platform to visualize and interpret mass spectrometry data generated by Shimadzu technology for metabolomics research, Shimadzu said today.

 

The collaboration will see data generated on Shimadzu's LC/MS systems integrated with the Phenomenome Profiler informatics platform, Shimadzu said.

 

In addition, Shimadzu said separately today that it has struck a similar agreement with Advanced Chemistry Development, in which researchers will be able to use ACD software to visualize and interpret mass spectrometry fragmentation data and chromatography data generated by Shimadzu platforms.

 

Financial terms of the deals were not disclosed.

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