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Cytoprint Wins $800,000 SBIR Grant to Develop Cellular-Imaging Technology

NEW YORK, Aug. 20 - Cytoprint yesterday said that the US National Institutes of Health has awarded it a fast-track SBIR grant worth $800,000 to help the company develop its Cellular Image Informatics technology. 

Cytoprint, based in Santa Fe, NM, said the technology allows researchers to extract patterns from fluorescent microscopy images of cells, and facilitates statistical analysis of morphological changes in high-content screening assays.


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