NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – CovalX and Bruker's Daltonics division today announced an agreement to combine their technologies to support research into protein interactions and macromolecular characterization.

The deal will provide customers access to CovalX's High-Mass systems with Bruker Daltonics' MALDI mass spectrometers, a combination of technologies that the two firms said will result in "significantly improved detection capabilities in the 150-2,000 kDa range."

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