Axxam and PerkinElmer plan to research and develop GPCR and ion-channel cell lines based on Axxam’s Photina technology for use in high-throughput screening and compound profiling applications, Axxam said this week.
 
The deal also made PerkinElmer the exclusive worldwide distributor of the Photina technology, thereby strengthening its position in the GPCR screening market, according to Richard Eglen, PerkinElmer’s vice president for discovery and research agents.
 

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