With Help From GSK, Procognia Preps Human Kinome Chip as Protein-Array Market Heats Up | GenomeWeb
Two weeks after it sold an internally developed protein chip platform to GenTel Biosciences, GlaxoSmithKline agreed to couple certain of its kinase inhibitors with Procognia’s protein array platform, enabling Procognia to sell label-free kinase-screening arrays.
Procognia also announced that in coming weeks it will begin selling a product that contains all known human kinases and uses GSK's inhibitors.

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