Sigma-Aldrich Creates AQUA Peptide Partnership Program for Customers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Sigma-Aldrich today said that proteomic researchers ordering custom absolute quantitation peptides from the company will be invited to join its newly formed AQUA Peptide Partnership Program.
 
In addition, AQUA peptide sequences will be added to Sigma-Aldrich's growing AQUA Peptide Library, and contributors will receive partnership pricing on their custom orders, the company said.
 

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