The Life Sciences Greenhouse of Central Pennsylvania this week said it has invested $250,000 in State College-based Indigo Biosciences, which has developed nuclear-receptor assays for use in drug discovery.
 
An Indigo official told CBA News this week that the firm will use the money to market its first product, a suite of frozen, single-use, cell-based, nuclear receptor assays designed to enable investigators to identify potential off-target effects of small-molecule drug candidates.
 

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