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Applied Precision Exhibit at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting Showcases New Microscopy Solutions for Life Science Industries
Date:3/1/2011

ISSAQUAH, Wash., March 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Applied Precision will be showcasing their newly expanded DeltaVision microscopy product family at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting in Baltimore, March 5-9.  

The featured products will include new systems and several configuration options for the ground-breaking DeltaVision OMX® 3-D, super-resolution microscopy system.

The OMX V4™ SI system is the 4th generation of super-resolution microscope utilizing proven 3-D structured illumination technology providing an eight-fold improvement in volume resolution and outstanding widefield imaging capabilities.  The OMX V4 SI system offers an affordable solution for super-resolution imaging with a new design enabling faster data collection in a compact footprint.

Applied Precision is an industry leader in high-resolution and super-resolution imaging. Super-resolution imaging is especially important to cell biologists and microbiologists seeking to study objects and events that lie beyond the limits of conventional microscopy methods.  In the past two years, Applied Precision has sold and installed multiple OMX platforms worldwide.  

Applied Precision is also showcasing the newest member of the DeltaVision high-resolution microscopy family, the DV Elite™.  The DV Elite incorporates a revolutionary light path design called TruLight™, which provides outstanding imaging performance particularly for live cell work.  

"TruLight is really a tremendous technology story to be able to share with our customers," says DeltaVision Product Manager Kathryn Buchanan. "This new light path is the cornerstone to the DV Elite and enables researchers to expose cells to light with less damage."    

"We are thrilled to showcase our new technologies at Biophysical," says Applied Precision President and CEO Joseph Victor.  "The new products add to the long li
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