Just one week after PerkinElmer made clear its intention to boost its cellular analysis reagent play, the company made its first major move last week by announcing a co-marketing agreement with Invitrogen in the area of ion channel screening.

Specifically, Invitrogen's Voltage Sensor Probes brand of ion channel reagents will be combined with PerkinElmer's CellLux fluorescence cellular screening platform, in order to offer the companies' customers a more complete platform for ion channel screening applications.

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