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Digilab Biovision to Sell GenWay's Seppro IgY Proteomics Technology

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Digilab BioVision today said it will offer GenWay Biotech’s Seppro IgY proteomics technology from its Hannover, Germany, facility.
 
Digilab said Seppro’s IgY technology selectively partitions the 12 most abundant proteins from human serum or plasma.
 
Digilab said its Peptidomics products and services increase the sensitivity and selectivity needed for drug-development proteomics.
 
Financial terms of the agreement were not released.

The Scan

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