DVS Sciences Collaborating with Cytobank on Informatics Tools for CyTOF Platform | GenomeWeb

DVS Sciences, developer of the CyTOF mass cytometry platform, this week announced a business agreement with flow cytometry informatics firm Cytobank to develop a cloud-based informatics platform for managing and analyzing CyTOF data.

Named DVS Cytobank, the platform will be released to early-access customers in August with a wide commercial release planned for November. Financial and other details of the agreement were not disclosed.

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