Bucking Trend, BioMachines Pens Deal With UMMS to Offer Fee-for-Service Protein Analysis | GenomeWeb
In a departure from its core business, BioMachines has entered into a deal with the University of Massachusetts Proteomic Fractionation Group to form a new division offering protein analysis services.
 
For BioMachines, based in Research Triangle Park, NC, the agreement is significant because it marks a new business model incorporating a revenue source other than equipment design and manufacturing.
 

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