UK s LGC Gets 2 Million to Develop New Biotech Tools | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 31-The UK analytical lab service company LGC won more than £2 million in government contracts to develop microarray technology, mass spectrometry methods and other genomic and proteomic research tools, the company said today.

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