NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Phenomenex today said it will distribute Beckman Coulter’s protein-partitioning and depletion product in North America and in Europe.
 
Under the agreement, Torrance, Calif.-based Phenomenex will market and sell Beckman’s ProteomeLab IgY-12. The IgY is based on avian-generated antibodies and “delivers an enriched proteome that includes medium and low-abundance proteins that are of interest to biomarker research,” Phenomenex said.  
 

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