ISB Installs Cyntellect's LEAP System | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Institute for Systems Biology has purchased and installed Cyntellect’s automated cell manipulation technology to help it determine the role immune cells play in disease, Cyntellect said yesterday.
 
The ISB paid for Cyntellect’s Laser-Enabled Analysis and Processing system in part with funds from the National Center for Research Resources’ Shared Instrumentation Grant Program.
 

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