NextGen Divests Automation and Software Business to Focus Exclusively on Biomarkers | GenomeWeb
In another step in its transformation toward becoming exclusively a proteomics biomarker-discovery and -validation services firm, NextGen Sciences this week announced it had divested its automation and software business for an undisclosed amount.
The deal involves the licensing of the expressionfactory, expressionworkstation, and the controlling software suite orchestratorIMS to eXeTek, a NextGen spinout headed by former employees Stephen Woodall and Stuart Hill.

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