SUNY Buffalo Selects Sorcerer Appliance for Clinical Proteomics Research | GenomeWeb

The State University of New York, Buffalo, has chosen Sage-N Research's Sorcerer appliance to characterize and identify proteins as well as to handle data generated on high-throughput mass spectrometers.

The clinical proteomics and pharmaceutical analysis laboratory at the university plans to use the San Jose, Calif.-based company's Sequest 3G search engine and Matrix Science’s Mascot, both hosted on the Sorcerer platform.

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