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WASHINGTON, D.C. - LumaCyte’s RadianceTM laser analysis and sorting instrument is a high-content, label-free microfluidic device that enables scientists and researchers to characterize and sort individual cells by measuring their optical force. Radiance can, for example detect and measure viral infection of mammalian cells quickly and effectively for diagnostic purposes and vaccine manufacturing. (Photo courtesy LumaCyte)Under license #NRL-LIC-13-5-284, LumaCyte, LLC has commercialized the technology to launch their revolutionary apparatus Radiance(TM) that allows users to identify new or changed cell phenotypes in the absence of antibody based labeling – a costly, time consuming process that requires prior sample knowledge and may activate cells, which can lead to erroneous conclusions


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