Movers & Shakers


German protein analysis company Caprotec Bioanalytics this week announced the creation of a US subsidiary, Caprotec, and appointed Christian Jurinke as president of the unit.

Jurinke has a 12-year history of developing and commercializing products for life-science ventures. He joined Caprotec in 2008 to head the company's key product commercialization efforts and to help manage the firm's distribution channels. Prior to joining Caprotec, he was at Sequenom where he held a number of senior management positions.

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