Will BC s New Quanta Eat Into Guava s Market Share for Benchtop Cell Analysis? | GenomeWeb

Beckman Coulter last week officially launched CellLab Quanta, a benchtop flow cytometer for basic cellular assays, cell counting, and cell sizing, as the company continues its efforts to expand its CellLab product line beyond the realm of basic flow cytometry.

In August, Beckman signed a deal with NPE Systems, of Pembroke Pines, Fla., to license and further develop Quanta. NPE developed the instrument a few years earlier, but had somewhat limited distribution for it.

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