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ProteomTech Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

ProteomTech Inc. has developed a protocol for speeding up the protein refolding process so it can be completed in 24-to-48 hours. It's strategy for generating revenues includes contract manufacturing for the research market, a service business that may one day grow to include manufacture of protein drugs

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