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Spectracell Laboratories average salary is $67,500, median salary is $67,500 with a salary range from $67,500 to $67,500.
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Accounting Manager 67,500-67,500 HOUSTON, TX, 77072 2011 Spectracell Laboratories Accounting Manager Salaries (1)
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  • SpectraCell Laboratories
  • Industry: Healthcare Facilities
  • City: Houston, TX
  • SpectraCell Laboratories, Inc., is a specialized clinical testing laboratory company. The Company commenced operations in 1993 to commercialize a unique, proprietary blood test (the Functional Intracellular Analysis?, or FIA?) that measures lymphocyte growth to diagnose functional intracellular deficiencies of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and anti-oxidants unique to each individual patient's metabolic processes and immune system.SpectraCell's nutrient testing technology was developed at the University of Texas in a research project conducted by the Clayton Foundation for Research. The Foundation received a patent covering the lymphocyte growth testing process and the culture medium used in the process. SpectraCell acquired the rights to