For Cellomics, Its HCS Boot Camp May Have Benefited Customers. But Will It Spur Sales? | GenomeWeb

PITTSBURGH — Nine scientists and one journalist convened here last week to take part in “HCS boot camp,” the unofficial moniker for HCS 101, Cellomics’ full-immersion training course for users of its high-content screening platforms.

Cellomics has carved out a unique niche for itself in the drug discovery tools marketplace, as it sits upon a valuable patent portfolio that covers a wide range of image-based cellular analysis methods for high-content drug screening or functional genomic analysis.

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