NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Proteomics International has received International Organization for Standardization accreditation from an Australian accreditation agency for its proteomics service lab, the company said today.

The Perth, Australia-based company offers contract research services such as high-throughput mass spectrometry for protein identification, as well as biomarker discovery and other lead molecule services.

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