Roche Signs AgenoLab as First Customer for xCelligence Cell Analysis System
Roche Applied Science said this week that biotech services company AgenoLab has installed the xCelligence System, which Roche distributes through a partnership with Acea Biosciences.
Roche said Stuttgart, Germany-based AgenoLab purchased the xCelligence in April and installed it in July, making it the first customer to purchase the cell-based assay platform.

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