BD Unveils First New High-Content Analysis Tools Since 04 Atto Bioscience Acquisition | GenomeWeb

BD Biosciences this week launched a number of new products for high-content analysis, including two distinct lower-end versions of its Pathway HT automated imaging system, and a set of antibody reagents that have been validated specifically for use with high-content imaging systems.

This is the first new product launch from BD Biosciences' high-content cellular-imaging business since it acquired Atto Bioscience, which originally developed the Pathway, nearly two years ago.

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