Invitrogen Taps Herzenberg Group’s Software Spinout to Aid Fluorescent Reagent Ordering | GenomeWeb
Invitrogen has tapped some heavy hitters in the flow cytometry field to help bolster its reagent sales in the cell analysis field.
 
Last week, the company announced that it had partnered with software firm ScienceXperts, a spinout of the Herzenberg lab at Stanford University, to launch CytoGenie, a free software tool that simplifies the design of flow cytometry experiments.
 

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