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Syngene, BD Biosciences


Syngene introduced this week its ProteomeScan image scanner. According to the company, the system generates high-resolution 2D gel images in seconds.

ProteomeScan is designed to be used with Syngene’s 2D image analysis software, Dymension. The software can analyze a typical 2D gel image in seconds — faster than other image analysis software, which can take minutes or hours, Syngene said.

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