AxCell to Market Protein Database | GenomeWeb

AxCell Biosciences, a subsidiary of Cytogen of Zurich, said it planned to begin marketing its database of protein interactions in early 2001, upon completing the mapping of the first one million protein interactions.

 

The company, which recently completed the first stage of its proteomics automation, said that over the next month it planned to measure 135,000 protein interactions. AxCell forecast that it would then be able to increase to 200,000 a month by mid-summer.

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