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Arryx Launches HOTkit(TM) Complete for Dynamic, Scientific Manipulation of Microscopic Elements
Date:2/4/2008

control. The LabRyx software on the HOT workstation further extends the power of the Holo-Tweezers concept by automating the efficient creation of traps and controlling the microscope for applications such as morphology-based flow sorting and particle recognition and isolation.

Previous HOT products available from Arryx have been either stand-alone solutions or simple beam steering packages for manipulating the microscopic organisms and particles studied in biology, physics, and nanotechnology. The HOTkit Complete Holo-Tweezers Solution integrates all of the core components necessary for a biologically optimized tweezing system -- the Spatial Light Modulator (SLM), Collimated Fiber Laser, CCD Camera, and HOT Workstation with LabRyx software -- into a complete package which can be incorporated into virtually any research grade microscope or imaging modality.

"We have taken great care to design our HOT systems in a way that doesn't interfere with the normal operation of the microscope," Mr. Bradley continued. "The HOTkit Complete, like the stand-alone BioRyx(R) 200, uses infrared light to avoid compromising fluorescence, DIC, or phase contrast imaging, while at the same time preventing damage to cells by using a non-injurious wavelength."

About Arryx

Arryx, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Haemonetics Corporation, implements its proprietary holographic optical trapping (HOT) technology for optically controlled measurement and manipulation in biological and biomedical research as well as in the physical and material sciences. Arryx offers both stand-alone, turnkey solutions for Holo-Tweezers, as well as kit-based packages for the implementation of HOT.

About Haemonetics

Haemonetics (NYSE: HAE) is a global
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