Bionas Inks First Large Contract Research Deal with Solvay; May Lead to 2500 Purchase | GenomeWeb
Building on an existing agreement with Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Bionas this week said that it has entered into its first large-scale service contract with the company’s site in Hannover, Germany.
 
Under the terms of the agreement, Bionas will use its Bionas 2500 high-content analysis instrument to profile and rank at least two compounds that the Solvay group identified in the context of its obesity research program. Financial details were not disclosed.
 

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