NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Cerno Bioscience said today that it has signed an agreement with Lumiere Technology, under which Lumiere will distribute Cerno’s software in China.
Cerno, a developer of mass spectrometry analysis software based in Danbury, Conn., said its MassWorks software can “dramatically improve the amount of information obtainable from and reduce the amount of time required of many MS experiments.”

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