Molecular Cytomics and Nalge Nunc have signed an exclusive agreement in which Nalge Nunc will distribute Molecular Cytomics' Optical LiveCell Array high-content analysis tool worldwide, CBA News learned this week.

According to officials from both companies, the two firms had been hammering out a possible partnership since last year, and finally signed an agreement last week. As a result, the Optical LiveCell Array could become a Nunc-branded product by as early as this summer, officials said.

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