SAN FRANCISCO — GE Healthcare has launched a new version of the IN Cell Analyzer 1000 and will discontinue the current version of the instrument as the company falls in line with an emerging trend to make confocal or confocal-like imaging technology more accessible to certain researchers in pharma and academia, GE officials said at the Cambridge Healthtech Institute High-Content Analysis meeting held here last week.

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