Closing Cellomics Acquisition, Fisher Reveals How HCS Tools Will Fit Into Larger Strategy | GenomeWeb

A little over one month after Fisher Biosciences announced it would acquire high-content screening pioneer Cellomics for $49 million, Fisher has closed the deal and broken its silence regarding how Cellomics would fit into its future plans.

Specifically, technologies from several existing Fisher Bioscience companies — particularly the RNAi expertise of Dharmacon — could complement the ArrayScan and KineticScan, Cellomics' two main platforms for automated cellular imaging and analysis.

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