Roche Applied Science Unit Plans to Add Automated Cell-Analysis Tech to Portfolio | GenomeWeb
Roche, a long-time consumer of high-content screening technologies, is looking to become a vendor.
Buried in its annual business report, released earlier this month, was a single sentence saying that the firm’s Applied Science unit “plans to add new research reagents and products for automated cell analysis to its portfolio.”
Asked to elaborate, a Roche spokesperson said that “right now, we are evaluating different technologies, but it is too early to come up with concrete information.”

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