UPDATE: OGS in 5-Year Deal with ISB to Develop ICAT-Based Proteomics Platform | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK, April 5 - Oxford GlycoSciences and the Institute for Systems Biology said Thursday they had reached a five-year deal to collaborate on the development of the Isotope Coded Affinity Tag method for its proteomics efforts.

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