Promega to Enter GPCR Space in Deal To Co-Develop Assays With Multispan | GenomeWeb
Promega has entered the G-protein coupled receptor market by penning a deal with Multispan to co-develop GPCR-screening assays, Promega announced this week.
By combining Multispan’s GPCR cell lines with Promega’s bioluminescent technologies to create optimized GPCR screening protocols, the companies hope to increase the speed and efficiency of GPCR drug screening “from months to days,” according to a Promega official.

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