The story has been corrected to reflect the proper name of a firm that three of the founders of Affomix had previously founded. The name of that company is Protometrix.

Antibody firm Affomix, founded about a year ago, is ready to launch a custom antibody service business using a technology that it said significantly improves the affinity and specificity of the antibodies while shortening the production time as compared to other methods such as yeast two-hybrid.

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