BioForce Nanosciences to Develop Neural Cell-Based Assays with France’s UPMC, CNRS | GenomeWeb
BioForce Nanosciences, together with the University Pierre and Marie Curie and the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique in Paris, plan to co-develop neural cell-based assays, a BioForce official said this week.
The assays, which BioForce plans eventually to market to the research community, will be based on BioForces’ Nano eNabler molecular printer, and will be designed to screen candidate treatments for neurodegenerative diseases and neurological trauma, product manager Michael Lynch told CBA News.

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