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Flow Contract Site Laboratory: GLP Flow Cytometry Services - Flow Contract Site (FCS) Laboratory is a specialized CRO that offers non-GLP and GLP contract flow cytometry services for the research, nonclinical and clinical phases of drug development.

Country:, North America, US

City: -81.5401 Florida, United States

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