SAN DIEGO – Molecular Devices this week launched new high-content image and data analysis software for its ImageXpress cellular imaging product line in a bid to revive recent lackluster imaging sales and to offer a more complete high-content imaging product line to customers.
The product launch is the first of several promised recently by President and CEO Joseph Keegan in an attempt to assuage jittery investors after the firm posted lackluster third-quarter revenues and offered a tempered Q4 outlook.

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