NEW YORK(GenomeWeb) – Premier Biosoft and Bruker said today that they have entered a reselling agreement under which Bruker will co-market and resell Premier's SimLipid and SimMet informatics software. 

SimLipid and SimMet are intended for mass spec-based analysis of, respectively, lipids and metabolites and facilitate automated LC-MS and MS/MS data processing workflows and identification and quantitation of these analytes, the companies said.

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