NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Evotec said this week that its Evotec Technologies division has installed a plate::explorer system with an Opera high-content screening extension to the Genome Research Institute at the University of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
 
The new system will enable GRI and affiliate researchers to conduct high-throughput and high-content screening

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