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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes CRi for Innovations Leading to Personalized Medicine
Date:4/13/2009

SAN FRANCISCO, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Cambridge Research & Instrumentation, Inc. (CRi) was presented with Frost & Sullivan's United States Optical Imaging Technologies in Drug Discovery Product Line Strategy Award at the 2009 Excellence in Medical Technologies & Life Sciences award banquet.

The Award recognizes CRi's product development strategy for the in-vitro and in-vivo imaging markets, achieved by creating innovative solutions that address a wide range of unmet needs in life sciences applications. The company's Nuance(TM) and Maestro(TM) multispectral solutions enable researchers and clinicians to quantitatively analyze multiple molecular markers in single cells, in tissues, and in whole organisms, aiding in the understanding the behavior of signaling pathways. Such knowledge is essential for guiding drug development and clinical trials designs.

"By facilitating the analysis of complex biological systems, our solutions are helping our customers build the foundation for personalized medicine," said George Abe, President and CEO of CRi. "It is very rewarding that the technical and strategic approach being taken by the team at CRi is being further recognized with such an award."

CRi recently introduced inForm(TM), an advanced image analysis program that employs machine learning technology to solve challenging image analysis problems. inForm combines a fast, easy to use learn-by-example image segmentation engine with powerful data analysis tools. Unlike conventional systems, the combination of Nuance and inForm can automatically identify and quantify relevant molecular expression patterns and signaling pathway data from clinically relevant cells and tissue regions.

CRi's image analysis software products automate, standardize, and simplify the complex and challenging tasks associated with measuring parameters and signals from associated molecular markers. Reliable data that refl
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