Thermo Fisher Buys Denmark's Proxeon to Build up its LC Product Line for Proteomics | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on April 15 and has been updated with additional comments.

By Tony Fong

Thermo Fisher Scientific this week said it has acquired proteomics workflow company Proxeon for an undisclosed amount, strengthening Thermo Fisher's presence in a space in which the company has been looking to expand since at least 2007.

Based in Odense, Denmark, Proxeon offers sample prep products and bioinformatics software, but its flagship product is its Easy-nLC platform.

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