NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Boston University’s Cardiovascular Proteomics Center Core Laboratory is using Nonlinear Dynamics’ liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry software in its studies, under an early-access agreement, the company said today.
UK-based Nonlinear Dynamics said it collaborated with CPC researchers on final development and fine-tuning of its LC-MS v1.1 software. CPC also is using the company’s SameSpots v3.0 software for 2D gel analysis and for LC/MS analysis.

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