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April 7th, 2004

Zyvex Announces New Nanomanipulator System

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Zyvex Corporation today announced its Nanomanipulation System for Life Science research and development applications. The L100 Nanomanipulator System, the latest member of Zyvex's NanoWorks(TM) product line, signifies Zyvex's entry into the Life Sciences arena. "With the growing interest in characterizing biological materials and phenomena at the nanoscale level, the L100 Nanomanipulation System provides an integral tool for the life science researcher involved in nanocharacterization," said Zyvex President Thomas A. Cellucci.

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