New England Peptide, SISCAPA Collaborate on Peptide Standards | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – New England Peptide and SISCAPA Assay Technologies are collaborating to manufacture and sell stable isotope standard peptides for use in SISCAPA's protein quantification assays.

Under the terms of the deal announced today, NEP will manufacture peptide standards that can be used on the assays. The peptides will be used with SISCAPA's validated monoclonal anti-peptide antibodies so that licensees of SISCAPA's will have standardized, high-sensitivity measurements of proteins by mass spectrometry, the partners said.

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