NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Caliper Life Sciences said today it has struck a collaboration agreement under which it will bundle its LabChip systems with DiscoveRx’s G-protein-coupled receptor assays for drug research. 
The Hopkinton, Mass.-based company said the combined offering includes DiscoveRx’s PathHunter Beta Arrestin and cAMP Hunter assays.

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