Proteome Sciences Narrows Business Focus Under New Leadership | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – UK-based Proteome Sciences is moving towards a more focused business model based on the company's pharmaceutical services offerings, GenomeWeb has learned.

In an interview last week, Jeremy Haigh, who recently appointed Proteome Sciences' CEO, noted that while the company has considerable expertise in a variety of proteomics workflows and a collection of potentially valuable intellectual property, it has struggled to translate these assets into consistent profits.

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