The Hutch Inks Deal with Korean Firm NSB Postech to Test Antibody Arrays | GenomeWeb
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Korean firm NSB Postech will be working together to use NSB’s technology with the goal of building antibody microarrays for proteomics research.
 
Announced last week, the deal represents Fred Hutchinson’s first collaboration in the antibody microarray field, which while gaining traction in proteomics for biomarker research work, still remains something of a supporting technology.
 

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