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University of Dundee s Proteomics Facility to Use GenoLogics Proteus Software

NEW YORK, May 17 (GenomeWeb News) - The proteomics facility in Scotland's Universityof Dundeewill use GenoLogics' Proteus software for laboratory information and scientific data management, the company said today. 


The university's FingerPrints Proteomics Facility provides mass spectrometry resources to academic and industrial researchers.

The facility said it will use the software to "improve the services we offer to our ... internal and external customers in the UKand beyond."

FingerPrints is "particularly interested" in using the Proteus to offer new services, including phosphorylation site mapping.

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