San Diego, CA--PerkinElmer (Waltham, MA) introduced a next-generation live-cell imaging solution with its new UltraVIEW VoX system at The Society for Neuroscience's 37th annual meeting in San Diego, CA, being held from November 3-7.
Since PerkinElmer's acquisition earlier this year of Improvision Ltd., a leading provider of cellular imaging software and integrated hardware solutions, the Company has benefited from integrating product teams and expertise to deliver a live-cell imaging and analysis technology to researchers in neurobiology, cancer biology, and developmental biology. Customers are now able to receive a full package of system advances in a single imaging system.
"Scientists have asked for and are receiving a highly modular solution that can be customized for labs depending upon their applications. Importantly, this new system is easy to upgrade as the scope of the research evolves," said Richard Eglen, VP and general manager, Cellular Imaging and Analysis, PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences. "The system's high-quality images and outstanding three-dimensional (3-D) analysis capabilities save our customers time, and the ease-of-use lets them integrate images directly from the camera to analysis and for presentations."
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