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April 16, 2004

Agilent Technologies 
www.agilent.com

Multiple Affinity Removal System: Enables simultaneous removal of six high-abundance proteins from human blood serum using immunoaffinity technology that allows researchers to identify potential biomarker proteins.

Customized Gene Expression Technologies: Enable companies to identify gene-expression signature patterns and apply array-based technology to the advancement of clinical and diagnostic tools.

Amersham Biosciences 
www.amershambiosciences.com

Biotrak assay kit: ELISA kit that uses an antibody-capture protocol resulting in the measurement of key biomarkers in neurodegenerative disorders.

Applied Biosystems 
www.appliedbiosystems.com

The QStar, the 4700 Proteomics Discovery System, and other mass spectrometers by ABI are enabling cutting-edge novel biomarker research.

Bruker Daltonics 
www.bdal.de

ClinProt System: An integrated set of tools used for preparing, measuring, and visualizing protein biomarkers for clinical proteomic studies.

Autoflex II MALDI-TOF and TOF-TOF: For successful expression in proteomic and clinical proteomic studies.

microTOF ESI-TOF and Bruker Daltonics' other mass spectrometers are enabling biomarker discovery laboratories.

Calbiochem 
www.calbiochem.com

ProteoExtract Albumin/IgG Removal Kit: Provides high specific and efficient depletion of albumin and IgG from body fluids such as plasma or serum, enabling the detection of less abundant proteins.

Ciphergen Biosystems 
www.ciphergen.com

SELDI ProteinChip Technology and bioinformatics tools: Discover, identify, and assay biomarkers using one platform.

Millipore 
www.millipore.com/proteinresearch

Amicon Ultra and Ultracel ultrafiltration devices: Provide a convenient method to enable the production of protein-free filtrates for enhancing mass spectrometry detection of native peptides.

Thermo Electron 
www.thermo.com

Finnigan LTQ FT and other mass spectrometers by Thermo are enabling high-quality biomarker discoveries.



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