Bioscan licenses IDSI molecular imaging technology

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

September 5, 2006 -- CT laser mammography (CTLM) developer Imaging Diagnostic Systems (IDSI) has licensed its laser optical imaging technology to molecular imaging developer Bioscan of Washington, DC.

The Plantation, FL-based IDSI said that it granted Bioscan an exclusive worldwide license to manufacture and distribute optical imaging equipment incorporating its Laser Imager for Lab Animals (LILA) technology.

Under terms of the agreement, Bioscan will pay an up-front license fee and royalty payments as the technologies are commercialized. IDSI will transfer its small animal optical computed tomography (CT) technology, including licensing 10 issued U.S. patents, and three pending patents for optical CT imaging.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
September 5, 2006

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