CompugentoLaunchToolforIdentifying Proteins; Says Low Gene Count Validates Efforts | GenomeWeb

Compugen is planning to launch a new Internet-based automated protein identification tool in the second quarter of this year that will be designed to identify proteins based on data generated by mass spectrometers.

Michal Preminger, Compugen’s vice president of proteomics, said researchers will be able to submit their data to Protocall, which will be accessible through Compugen’s LabOnWeb portal. The system will then seek to match the data to one of the 160,000 known human proteins that currently exist in Compugen’s database.

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