NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Agilent Technologies will distribute Protein Discovery's reagent used to prepare biological samples for mass spectrometry analysis, the firms said today.

Agilent will handle all sales, marketing, and support for the PPS Silent Surfactant, under the exclusive agreement. The firms said the reagent is particularly useful for solubilizing hydrophobic proteins for extraction and preparative digestion.

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