Asto CT, a Madison, WI-based startup developing a computed tomography (CT) device for performing scans of animals, has taken a major step forward this spring in its effort to commercialize its machine. The results could impact the field of CT technology for veterinarians and other specialists. In late April, one of the company’s scanners was […]
NYS Entity Status
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APRIL 17, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - CT & TC CORPORATION
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