Cellomics Strives for Increased Sales In Academia with Latest HCS Upgrade | GenomeWeb

Cellomics last week introduced several upgrades to its KineticScan high-content screening platform, a move it believes will help invigorate sales of the platform within academic and other basic research laboratories.

The upgrades, which are expected to make the instrument easier to use, will be free to current KineticScan owners, as long as they are "on an active warranty or maintenance and support agreement," said Judy Masucci, Cellomics' director of marketing.

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