Cyntellect Snags Customer for Cell Xpress Service

San Diego-based Cyntellect said last week that it has entered into a formal agreement with an undisclosed US-based biotechnology company to access its Cell Xpress service.

The agreement is the second publicly announced by Cyntellect since the service was launched in October 2004. Later that month, the company announced it had signed a partnership for Cell Xpress with Protein Design Labs (see Inside Bioassays, 11/2/2004).

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