Cell BioSciences Places Prototype Protein-Analysis Instrument at Stanford in Anticipation of Launch | GenomeWeb

Following a total revamp in its management, Cell BioSciences last week announced that it had placed its first next-generation protein analysis system at Stanford University School of Medicine in anticipation of its launch.

The new instrument, a CB1000 prototype, was placed in the laboratory of David Hirschberg, director of the Human Immune Monitoring Center at the university, who will use it to analyze oncoprotein activation. He will also help Cell BioSciences optimize the instrument.

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