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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Nanopoint for its Pioneering Cell Imaging Solution, the cellTRAY(R) Imaging System CT-2000
Date:3/23/2009

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the cell imaging solutions market, Frost & Sullivan presents Nanopoint, Inc. with the 2009 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Innovation of the Year. The company's cellTRAY(R) Imaging System CT-2000 represents a highly sophisticated, on-microscope incubator and integrated fluidics system for in vitro research.

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Cellular imaging forms an integral part of disease detection and drug discovery. Currently available technologies for this include high resolution imaging systems and live cell-based assay systems. While the former technology is restricted by the optical pathways already established by its microscope based design, the latter is ill suited for crucial add-ons to support microfluidic devices intended for the biological community. Nanopoint's CT-2000 helps in overcoming such limitations.

"The cellTRAY Imaging CT-2000 system has the potential to add value to the diagnostic testing services industry because of its functionality as a miniaturized cell containment and imaging system for live cell-based assays," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst S.R. Priya. "Besides miniaturization and accuracy, Nanopoint's system also provides other significant advantages in terms of performance and cost."

The cellTRAY(R) consists of a microarray of etched wells on a glass substrate the size of a microscope slide and capillary channels essential for reagents and long-lasting life supporting fluids. The CT-2000 comprises of all the hardware, software (proprietary) and support for carrying out automated time-lapse imaging applications, which include a set of three cellTRAYs for preparing and performing numerous experiments simultaneously; a microscope stage-mounte
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