After rebranding itself as a services company (see ProteoMonitor Nov. 19), Zyomyx has exclusively licensed to Invitrogen specific fields of use from over 30 of its protein microarray patents, Invitrogen said this week. The agreement also gave Zyomyx an R&D deal with Invitrogen to help bring new proteomics products to market.

“Invitrogen has outstanding technology for making proteins and content,” said Peter Wagner, the CEO of Hayward, Calif.-based Zyomyx. “In combination with our chip manufacturing process, this is very powerful.”

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