Indiana Proteomics Centers Get $1.8M and Open Doors; Now Seeking Service Customers | GenomeWeb

Flush with $1.8 million in total funding from its six founding members, the Indiana Centers for Applied Protein Sciences opened for business this month, serving both academic and commercial customers. Besides standard proteomics services, INCAPS offers validation studies of new proteomics technologies.

“I think there was a need, and we want to fill it,” said James Ludwig, who is “on loan” from Eli Lilly, where he heads the proteomics programs, to run INCAPS as CEO during its first year.

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