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Definiens and BioImage Pen High-Content Screening Alliance

NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Definiens and BioImage will co-market their products for high-content cell-based screening assays, and co-develop applications in this area, the companies said today.

 

Under the non-exclusive deal, the companies will co-market Definiens' Cellenger software for automated image analysis and BioImage's Redistribution cell-based pathway screenings assays, which measure protein translocation.

 

In addition, Definiens, based in Munich, Germany, and BioImage of Copenhagen, Denmark, plan to co-develop specific applications for high-content screening.

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