NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – ProZyme and BiOptic said on Thursday they are collaborating to develop and commercialize an integrated system for high-throughput glycoanalysis. 

The collaboration will extend ProZyme's portfolio of glycobiology products while leveraging BiOptic's suite of capillary gel electrophoresis instruments, they said. Prozyme will use BiOptic's CGE platforms with fluorescence detection and replaceable gel-cartridge design for the rapid separation and detection of labeled glycans. 

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