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ProteinLinks, Inc.

530 S. Lake Ave #339
Pasadena
United States of America, California

Phone: 626-822-0168
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Founded in 2004, ProteinLinks is a leading proteomics company, headquartered in Pasadena, CA. It is the US provider of yeast two-hybrid screening, with a global customer base comprised of the world's leading universities, government research institutes and pharmaceutical companies in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Denmark, Portugal and Germany. In contrast to our competitors, ProteinLinks performs all screening steps in the United States. Using proprietary technologies, ProteinLinks exploits synergy between a high efficient screening process and an interchangeable modular platform for a wide array of baits (including modified and self-activating baits) and cDNA libraries. Multiple controls throughout the screening process allow scientists to use our data with confidence.

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Last update of this entry: July 09, 2013

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