NEW YORK, March 22 (GenomeWeb News) - Call it reality TV for the cell-based assay crowd. Amnis, a Seattle startup, has developed a system that it says can image thousands of living cells in real time, while they are moving and interacting with one another, and meanwhile takes hundreds of measurements of the cells for later analysis.


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