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Alphalyse is an independent and privately owned company situated in Odense, close to the University of Southern Denmark, one of the strongest Proteomics clusters in the World.
The quality service that Alphalyse provides is ensured by a unique proteomics platform. The platform is build around our top-of-the-line equipment, in house expertise acquired from the analysis of several thousands samples and continuously updated bioinformatics systems.
The platform has been optimized and proved its value in protein identification of more than 100.000 samples and in the thorough characterization of a multiple number of proteins.
Today we supply our fast growing customer base with high throughput protein identification and characterization services. The customer base includes a broad range of academic research labs, biotech and pharmaceutical companies.
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Alphalyse is an independent and privately owned company situated in Odense, close to the University of Southern Denmark, one of the strongest Proteomics clusters in the World. The quality service that...
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