Sage-N Research Inks Deal with US Army for Proteomics-Based Pathogen Detection | GenomeWeb

Proteomics informatics firm Sage-N Research said this week it has signed an exclusive license agreement with the US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center to commercialize a new platform for the detection and identification of pathogenic microorganisms in fluid media.

According to Sage-N, the license allows for the ECBC's Agents of Biological Organs Identification system – which can identify 4,500 different bacteria, viruses, and fungi – to be integrated into the company's Sorcerer proteomics informatics platform.

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