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New Products: AB Sciex's Academic Partnership Program and More


AB Sciex this week launched its new Academic Partnership Program, an initiative designed to support academic researchers in the 'omics fields.

The program aims to simplify researchers' grant-writing processes and provide access to technical expertise and support in mass spectrometry and chromatography, the company said. It comprises: a collection of ready-to-use reference material for research proposal citations; direct access to technical specialists who can aid in certain steps of grant proposal writing; and a limited number of sponsorships from AB Sciex.

Abcam has introduced new ubiquitin-related protein products including ubiquitins, single lysine- and lysine-to-arginine mutants, and deubiquitylases.

The company is also currently offering a "3-for-2" sale on all proteins.

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