ABI Plans to Shutter Edman Sequencing Business, But Some Customers Complain | GenomeWeb
Newer protein-sequencing technologies and a slowdown in demand for its own instrument have prompted Applied Biosystems to shut down its Edman sequencing instrument business.
 
The company becomes the latest US manufacturer of the technology to leave the market. ABI said it will continue manufacturing the instrument, called Procise until the end of the month and expects to sell the last of them shortly afterward.
 

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