Novartis Licenses Caliper's In Vivo Imaging IP Suite | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Novartis has licensed Caliper Life Sciences’ intellectual property covering non-invasive optical imaging methods, Caliper said today.
 
Under the multi-year agreement, the drug maker will use Caliper’s Optical Imaging patent suite, which includes imaging systems, reagents, related applications, and methods and services, Caliper said.
 

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