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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Correlogic Systems has signed a research and development agreement with a Japanese mass-spec maker to enhance clinical mass spectrometry, Correlogic said today.
 
Correlogic and Tokyo-based JEOL, which also makes nuclear magnetic resonance instruments and electron optical equipment, have been involved in an “informal” research collaboration for more than a year, Correlogic said. The firm said they have “made great strides in the continuing validation of various mass spectrometer-based assays.”

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