NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Waters said today that it is collaborating with Proteome Software to make data from its proteomics instruments compatible with Proteome Software’s informatics offerings.
 
Under the agreement, researchers using Waters’ IdentityE High Definition Proteomics System will be able to view their results on Proteome Software’s Scaffold 2.1 visualization software.
 
The integrated software should be available in the fourth quarter of 2008, Waters said.
 

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