NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Invitrogen and Progenitor Cell Therapy today said they will co-develop and -market Invitrogen’s media and cell separation technologies, PCT said today.
The agreement will include marketing, co-referrals, joint proposals, and technical consulting around Invitrogen’s Dynabeads and Dynabeads ClinExVivo, which are ex vivo T-cell and immune-functioning technologies.

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