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Cellectricon Inks Deal with TAP to Develop, Manufacture DynaFlow HT Ion Channel Screening System
Cellectricon announced this week that it has signed a collaborative agreement with The Automation Partnership. Per the terms of the agreement, TAP will co-develop and manufacture the Dynaflow HT System, Cellectricon's next generation high-throughput ion channel screening platform.
The Dynaflow HT will be launched and commercially available in 2009.

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