Caliper Launches Drug-Discovery Service Arm From NovaScreen and Xenogen Components | GenomeWeb
Caliper Life Sciences this week said that it has officially combined its NovaScreen Biosciences and Xenogen Biosciences arms into a single drug-discovery service division called Caliper Discovery Alliances and Services, or CDAS.
 
The new service division will put Caliper in more direct competition with contract drug-discovery operations such as MDS Pharma Services, though CDAS’ portfolio of in vitro and in vivo assay services may be largely unmatched in the industry.
 

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