Sigma-Aldrich Debuts New Protein Services to Meet Biopharma's Growing Outsourcing Trend | GenomeWeb

Sigma-Aldrich, hoping to grab a bigger slice of the biopharma industry's expanding appetite for outsourcing, this week expanded its services business to include mass spectrometry-based protein characterization, protein expression, and protein purification.

The new offerings, which add to existing services such as solid-form studies and application development, come at a time when biopharmas' demand for outsourcing continues to grow, Susan Riley, director of international business development for Sigma-Aldrich, told ProteoMonitor.

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