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NEW YORK – LumaCyte, a research and bioanalytical instrumentation company based in Charlottesville, Virginia, said today that it has received CE marking for Radiance, the company's label-free, single-cell analysis instrument.

The Radiance platform uses laser force cytology technology to measure optical and fluidic forces within a microfluidic channel to identify and measure the intrinsic cellular properties of each cell.

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