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Discovery Life Sciences Proteomic Services Division

Discovery Life Sciences has launched its Proteomic Services Division combining the company's existing capabilities in short- and long-read genomics with proteomic data generated on platforms from Seer, Sciex, Olink, and Luminex. The services division will allow researchers to, for instance, detect low-abundance proteins, survey a dynamic range of proteins in complex samples, and uncover novel proteogenomic biomarkers that can be mapped back to underlying genetic abnormalities, the company said.

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