Celera Signs Research Deals with Abbott, GE: Will Proteomics Lead to Drugs, Diagnostics? | GenomeWeb

Four years after making its first foray into proteomics, and a year and a half after shifting the group’s focus to cell surface proteins, Celera Genomics has something to show for its efforts.

Last week, the company said it will collaborate with Abbott Laboratories and General Electric to develop cell surface antigens resulting from its proteomics efforts. The collaboration with Abbott is to identify cancer therapeutics, while the GE alliance centers on diagnostics, Celera said.

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