Cellomics New Live-Cell High-Throughput Imager Module Enables Firm to Keep Up with the Joneses | GenomeWeb

Fisher Biosciences unit Cellomics this week announced the release of a live-cell module and accompanying software that can enable researchers to perform live-cell kinetic assays on its high-content screening platform, the ArrayScan VTI.

The add-on also enables Cellomics to compete with vendors such as GE Healthcare, Molecular Devices, and BD Biosciences, all of which already offer a higher-throughput system for live-cell kinetic screens.

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