Announce Successful Completion of Joint Development Collaboration on Automated Cell Selection Technology

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ProBioGen AG and Evotec Technologies GmbH have announced the successful completion of their collaboration - the joint evaluation of methods and instrumentation for the selection of high producer cells. ProBioGen could show based on it's cell-based assay technology, know how and expertise in cGMP cell culture that Evotec's Cytocon™ device can be employed for the selection of high producer cell lines used in pharmaceutical development and manufacturing applications.

Both companies emphasize their great satisfaction with the mutually inspiring and successful cooperation, and scientists from both companies professed their interest in future common projects.

About Evotec Technologies Evotec Technologies GmbH , subsidiary of Evotec AG, is the world's leading provider of confocal detection devices (Opera™, Clarina™, Insight™ Cell), cell handling devices (CytoClone™, Cytocon™) and ultra-High-Throughput Screening (uHTS) systems (EVOscreen®, plate::explorer™). The Company's product portfolio is focused on high-end technologies for automated cell biology. Its outstanding expertise in detection coupled with sophisticated automation skills, integrating hardware, software and bioware modules, makes the Company a clear leader for automated cell analysis. Evotec Technologies employs 80 people, primarily at its main site in Hamburg, Germany.
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