NEW YORK(GenomeWeb) – Sage Science said today that it is moving into proteomics with the launch of an early-access program for its SageELF protein sample prep tool.

The SageELF instrument is aimed at protein fractionation, a common part of traditional mass spec-based proteomic workflows. According to Sage, the instrument can generate 12 contiguous fractions from a protein sample in "a fully automated process that is more sensitive and reproducible than manual 1D gels."

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