In Brief This Week: AB Sciex, ICR; Warnex; DNA Genotek; Almac Diagnostics; Arrayjet; AMDeC | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – AB Sciex this week said that it is collaborating with The Institute for Cancer Research in the UK on standardizing methods of mass spectrometry-based tissue imaging. ICR is using AB Sciex's TOF/TOF 5800 system to study metastasis.


Warnex this week said that it has teamed with the non-profit Movement Retrouvailles to offer genetic identification services to people affected by adoption issues who are searching for birth parents, children, or siblings.

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