NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Thermo Fisher Scientific's Biomarker Research Initiatives in Mass Spectrometry (BRIMS) Center will collaborate with NextGen Sciences to apply new technologies to that company's biomarker assay services, Thermo announced today.

The BRIMS Center will work with NextGen Sciences to add new technologies to the company's biomarkerexpress platform — a set of biomarker services that rely on a mass spectrometry-based approach called selected reaction monitoring to assay proteins and peptides in biofluids and tissues.

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