NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Farfield Scientific will partner with Australia’s Monash University to develop biosensor surfaces to analyze protein functioning, UK-based Farfield said today.
 
The company said the aim of the collaboration, which has received funding from the Australian Research Council, is to commercialize membrane-mimetic biosensor surfaces to analyze the structure and functioning of membrane-associating peptides and proteins.
 

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