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ABX Pentra DF 120

Description: A flexible hematology platform: 32 parameters Automatic result validation Cytology atlas included CBC and 5+3 DIFF...
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra 400

Description: Compact benchtop clinical chemistry system...
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra DX 120

Description: Complete cytology platform....
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra 80

Description: Pilot and control your analysis at a touch. 26 parameters CBC/DIFF with autoloader...
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra 60 C+

Description: The most compact revolutionary innovation in hematology. 26 parameters with 5 Part DIFF...
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra 120 SPS

Description: The most compact revolutionary innovation in hematology. Automated and fully-integrated slide preparation and staining system....
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra 60

Description: The most compact revolutionary innovation in hematology. 26 paramaters with 5 part DIFF....
Company:Horiba ABX

ABX Pentra XL 80

Description: In response to the needs of its users for onboard data management and automated sample dilution, ABX has launched the latest development in its haematology analyser range, the PENTRA XL 80. In addition to these unique new features, the PENTRA XL 80 incorporates all the key features of the PENTRA 80...
Company:Horiba ABX

Para 5X Whole Blood Hematology Control, Five-part Differential

Description:... Para 5X is a whole blood hematology control manufactured specifically for the ABX pentra 60C+, 80 and 120, and the Coulter AcT5diff instruments. The composition of this product offers a unique white cell differential, positioning the popul...
Company:Streck

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