Cellectricon to Sell AztraZeneca Two DynaFlow HTs for Ion Channel Screening | GenomeWeb
Cellectricon this week said it will sell AstraZeneca two of its upcoming DynaFlow HT instruments, which the British drug maker will use for high-content ion-channel screening.
 
Terms of the deal, which expands an alliance that began in 2006 to develop the HT platform, give the Swedish microfluidics and electroporation shop the rights to any patentable applications that could be performed on the system, a company official said this week.
 

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