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The ETICS Project, Led by CYTOO in Collaboration With Cellectis bioresearch and the CEA, to Receive Euro 7.6 Million in Funding From OSEO
Date:9/26/2011

ning (HCS). The technology offers exquisite control over the cells' microenvironment, leading to normalized cell morphology and behavior. CYTOO is engaged in developing, manufacturing and commercializing innovative products to the Life Sciences research community (industry and academia). The Company has tailored a portfolio of innovative products using its proprietary cell adhesive micropattern technologies to target first its fast growing High Content Screening and Analysis segment within the large cell biology market www.cytoo.com

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(1) ETICS stands for "Evolved Tissue Inspired Cell Systems"


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