Cytoo to Complement Chip Offering with Plates for Studying Cell Migration | GenomeWeb

This story was originally posted on Oct. 18

Cytoo, a French life sciences tools provider, will soon launch a microplate version of its CytooChips Motility chip for studying cell migration, according to a company spokeperson.

Chloé Loiraud told BioArray News this week that the Grenoble-based firm intends to launch the plates at the American Society for Cell Biology meeting, which will be held in San Francisco in December.

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