NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – High-speed biomedical imaging company Cyntellect said today that it is collaborating with the Burnham Institute for Medical Research to develop new applications for the company’s in situ cellular imaging tool.
 
The San Diego-based company said the agreement gives the Burnham researchers access to its LEAP cell imaging and laser processing platform, while Cyntellect gains commercial rights to certain discoveries produced by the collaboration.
 

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