Aiming for New Customers, Cellomics to Take Over Service for Beckman's Cell Imaging Instruments | GenomeWeb

Beckman Coulter is still seeking a buyer for its cell imaging product line, but in the meantime it has signed on Fisher Biosciences unit Cellomics to provide service and maintenance for instruments that have been placed with at least a dozen customers.

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