Swedish biotech tool provider Cellectricon this week said that revenues for the first quarter of 2006 increased 160 percent year over year, driven by sales of its flagship platform for high-throughput microfluidic-based ion channel screening.

The company also said that it has sold a CellAxess system for single-cell electroporation of difficult-to-transfect cells to the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, marking the first customer for this product since it was launched in December.

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