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... as Syngene Says Undisclosed Pharma Is Using Its Imaging Tech to Find Protein Targets

NEW YORK, June 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Syngene today said that an undisclosed "leading USpharmaceutical company" is using its imaging system to help it discover protein drug targets.


Researchers at this drug maker are using the technology to automatically assess around 150 2D protein gels per week. These gels are up to 26 cm x 26 cm and are stained with dyes including Sypro Orange, Sypro Ruby, Sybr Green, Coomassie Blue, and Pro-Q Diamond.


Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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