Victoria Proteomics Center Invests CA$1M in Equipment | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 11 (GenomeWeb News) -- The University of Victoria-Genome British Columbia proteomics center in Victoria, Canada, has spent CA$1 million ($740,000) in Genome BC funding on new mass spec, computer, and automation equipment, according to The Ring, a University of Victoria newspaper.

 

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