NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Intertek Caleb Brett has licensed the ProTrawler solution from BioAnalyte for high-throughput metabolomics operations, BioAnalyte said today.
Intertek will implement the LC/MS software solution in its Manchester, UK-based pharmaceutical and biotechnology laboratory, BioAnalyte said.
 
ProTrawler brings “increased throughput, detection sensitivity, processing consistency, and mass accuracy to the data-analysis process,” Brian Powell, senior scientist at Intertek, said in a statement.
 

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