Cellomics Signs Deal with AnXing to Distribute HCS in China

Cellomics said last week that AnXing will be the company’s distribution partner in China.

Under the terms of the agreement, AnXing will provide sales, marketing, service, and customer support for Cellomics products, including the ArrayScan and KineticScan HCS readers, BioApplications image analysis software, a suite of HCi software, and a portfolio of HitKit HCS reagent kits.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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