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Target Discovery and Groton Biosystems to Co-Develop Protein Production Instrumentation

NEW YORK, June 4 (GenomeWeb News) - Target Discovery and Groton Biosystems, a subsidiary of Groton Technology, are co-developing a capillary electrophoresis analysis system, Target Discovery said yesterday.

 

The new instruments will incorporate Palo Alto, Calif.-based Target Discovery's capillary electrophoresis technology into Acton, Mass.-based Groton's process monitoring instruments for protein production.

 

The companies said that products from the collaboration have already entered the market.

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