Molecular Response, Transparent Ink Pact to Market 3D Cell Culture System | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Transparent and Molecular Response today announced the extension of validation studies and the execution of a long-term collaboration agreement.

Under the terms of the extension, the two firms will jointly introduce a three-dimensional cell culture system based on Transparent's 3D cell culture plate design and manufacturing technologies, and Molecular's bank of "living" tumor cells and qualitative high-content platforms, they said.

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