NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – WaveSense announced today that has signed a strategic marketing agreement with diagnostics distributor Pisces Scientific for its recently CE-IVD marked rare cell enrichment platform and bead-based isolation technology.

Under the terms of the deal, Pisces will market and sell WaveSense products — including the company's EpiSep direct-to-slide enrichment platform and its proprietary paramagnetic bead technology for the selective isolation of cells that express CD138 — to hematology-oncology cytogenetics labs in Ireland and the UK.

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