Beckman Coulter Ships Flow Cytometer,
Signs Microbead Technology Deal

Beckman Coulter this week began shipping its the Cell Lab Quanta flow cytometry system, which was build in a joint development effort with NPE Systems.

The small-footprint Cell Lab Quanta flow cytometer combines Coulter volume measurement, a technique for discriminating populations of cells, with two-color fluorescence capabilities.

Additionally, Beckman Coulter announced an exclusive license to microbead technology made by San Diego-based GenWay Biotech.

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