A Year Ago

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A year ago, GT’s cover story profiled New York-based ProteoMetrics, a software vendor using protein identification algorithms developed in chairman Brian Chait’s Rockefeller University lab. Times have definitely changed for the young company, which was shelled out by its collaborator, Genomic Solutions of Ann Arbor, Mich. The software became the foundation for Genomic Solutions’ new subsidiary, Proteomic Solutions, which was formerly the 11-person Winnipeg office of ProteoMetrics, headed up by once-CEO Ron Beavis.

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