Thermo Fisher Inks Deal with Princeton Researchers for Collaborations on Proteomics, Metabolomics | GenomeWeb

Thermo Fisher Scientific said last week that it has entered a Technology Alliance Partnership with researchers at Princeton University.

The new partnership, which involves the labs of Princeton researchers Joshua Rabinowitz, Ileana Cristea, and David Perlman, will focus primarily on metabolomics; proteomics for the study of molecular biology and infectious disease; and mass spec-based proteomics method development, with an emphasis on Thermo Fisher's triple quadrupole and high-resolution LC-MS/MS instruments.

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