At UBS, Vendors Peddle Full Platform Integration, Small Biologists, & Niches | GenomeWeb

At the UBS Global Life Sciences Conference held in New York this week, major proteomics instrument vendors emphasized platform integration, mark-eting their products to non-techie biologists, and carving out new niches in the proteomics market as key strategies in the coming quarters. Nearly all also expressed optimism that big pharma is once again opening its pocketbook.


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