NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – New England Peptide and Cambridge Isotope Laboratories today announced they will jointly manufacture and market preloaded resins for synthesizing stable isotope standards for quantitative proteomics.

CIL will provide high purity stable isotope amino acids to NEP who will load the isotopologues onto peptide synthesis resin. It will then perform quality control on the resins and redistribute them to CIL. The firms will co-market and sell the preloaded resins to peptide synthesis labs worldwide.

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