NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Rockland Immunochemicals said today that it will market LIMR Development's cellular assays for research purposes.

The alliance builds on an earlier agreement between Gilbertsville, Pa.-based Rpckland and LIMR, which is a business development subsidiary of the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research.

Under the new agreement, Rockland will sell LIMR's CellCountEZ, OxPhos, RadDose, and Intracellular ThiolEZ assays.

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