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Flow cytometry instrumentation company Kinetic River Corp. completed a small business innovation research (SBIR) project funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The award funded the development of the company’s “Colorado” automated autofluorescence removal technology.
“Through a combination of hardware and algorithm development, we have been able to demonstrate the removal of the autofluorescence contribution from a population of exogenously stained eosinophils — a cell type with notoriously high autofluorescence signal,” said Giacomo Vacca, president of Kinetic River.
The completion of the Phase I program paves the way for further development and commercialization of a four-laser,…READ MORE