WUSTL Spin-Out PixelEXX Lands $250K in Seed Funding to Develop Cell-Imaging Array | GenomeWeb
PixelEXX Systems, a nanotechnology shop founded by scientists at Washington University in St. Louis, last week announced that it had received $250,000 in private equity seed financing to help it develop a nanoarray platform for cell imaging.
 
According to Stuart Solin, co-founder and co-president of PixelEXX, the cash will help the firm develop a prototype array that can survey cells for information that could be useful in high-throughput drug screening and diagnostics.
 

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