Thermo Fisher Proteomics Group Using Protein Forest's Separation Tech, Software | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Protein Forest said today that it has shipped its protein separation technology and software to the proteomics group at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
 
Thermo scientists will use Protein Forest’s digital ProteomeChip separation system, which fractionates and concentrates proteins or peptides by isoelectric focusing, as well as its Mass Spec Results and Analysis Tool, or MSRAT, software, which was designed to help researchers interpret the results of experiments that use the ProteomeChip technology.

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