NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Blue Stream Laboratories has purchased a suite of Agilent Technologies’ proteomics products for its drug-development work, Agilent said today.
 
Boston-based Blue Stream has stocked its protein-characterization lab with Agilent's HPLC-chip and its 6210 time-of-flight mass spectrometer with MALDI and electrospray capabilities.
 
The deal also includes software and services that support the technology, Agilent said.
 

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