NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – IncellDx today announced a worldwide exclusive licensing and supply agreement to couple the firm's reagents with Claremont BioSolutions' enzyme-free tissue homogenization technology.

The combination sample prep system will be called IncellPrep Liquid Biopsy and will prepare cell suspensions from either fresh or FFPE tissues for molecular diagnostics by flow or image cytometry.

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