NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – TAP Biosystems announced today a deal with Life Technologies to combine their technologies to develop a high-throughput protein expression platform.

TAP will combine its ambr advanced micro-bioreactors with Life Tech's Expi293 Expression System for transient transfection, resulting in a platform that will increase consistency and productivity, providing researchers a tool for small volume protein expression screens and optimization of transient expression conditions, it said.

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