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Invitrogen: Mar 16, 2007

Invitrogen and ScienceXperts this week launched CytoGenie, a knowledge-based software tool designed to simplify the design of flow cytometry experiments.
The software is available here as a free resource.
CytoGenie integrates Invitrogen's portfolio of fluorescent reagents through a direct link to the online catalog featuring thousands of products optimized for use in flow cytometry.
The software also enables scientists to purchase reagents through Invitrogen online, and to manage the reagent inventory used in those protocols.

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