With New $2.6M Grant, Pronota Looks Beyond Protein Identification to Validation | GenomeWeb
With a €1.87 million ($2.58 million) grant from the Belgian government, Pronota plans to hasten development of its biomarker discovery platform.
 
The Ghent, Belgium-based company announced the grant last week from the Flanders government, which it plans to use to build upon its core technology, MASStermind, to include biomarker validation, and to extend the company’s biomarker discovery programs, Pronota CEO Nick McCooke told ProteoMonitor this week.
 

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