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December 11th, 2003

QuantomiX Introduces the QX-capsule

For the first time, scientists can directly image cells in their native wet environment with a standard scanning electron microscope (SEM), thanks to new technology to be introduced by QuantomiX at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology in San Francisco, CA on December 13-17, 2003. The company will showcase its technology and products, as well as their novel application in the fields of obesity, diabetes, and central nervous system research in exhibits and a workshop to be held for ASCB meeting attendees on December 16.


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