NEW YORK, Aug. 21 – Thermo Finnigan and Proteome Systems have entered into an agreement to integrate and distribute selected items of each other’s products, the companies announced Tuesday.

Sydney, Australia-based Proteome Systems will integrate several of Thermo Finnigan’s products into its ProteomIQ technology, including Thermo Finnigan’s Surveyor liquid chromatography system, LCQ Deca XP ion-trap mass spectrometer, the TurboSEQUEST protein identification software, and chromatography columns and packings from Thermo Hypersil-Keystone.

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