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Molecular Imaging Corporation Selects Técnica En Laboratorios, S.A. As Exclusive Distributor for Atomic Force Microscopes (AFMs) in Mexico

Técnica En Laboratorios, S.A. will Drive Sales Growth

Molecular Imaging Corporation

Tempe, AZ | December 06, 2004

Molecular Imaging Corporation has selected Técnica En Laboratorios as the sole distributor for its line of Scanning Probe and Atomic Force Microscope (SPM and AFM) products in Mexico. Técnica En Laboratorios is the premier distributor for a wide range of innovative scientific instrumentation for applications in materials testing, spectroscopy and imaging. They serve customers in both academic and industrial research.

Sra. Cristina Hernández DelGado, CEO of Técnica En Laboratorios said, "We are very pleased to add Molecular Imaging's AFM product line to our portfolio." She continued "These products will compliment the other lines we offer to our customers in Mexico's research community."

"We see a real opportunity for growth of the scientific research market in Mexico due to an improving economy and support from government and university funding," said Dr. Vance Nau, President and CEO of Molecular Imaging. "Técnica En Laboratorios was selected to expand our presence in Mexico because they have an excellent reputation and the ability to support to our customers," he said.

About Técnica En Laboratorios S.A.
Técnica En Laboratorios offers sales and service across the Mexico. Their primary markets include university and government research laboratories, pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical, minerals and mining, and pulp and paper. The companies they represent are leaders in their respective fields. They include; Nikon (Microscopes), Universal Imaging Corporation (Software and Imaging Systems), Hamamatsu (Scientific Cameras), DAGE-MTI Inc. (Scientific Cameras) and Molecular Imaging (Atomic Force Microscopy). Product information, in Spanish, is available on their web site at

About Molecular Imaging Corporation
Molecular Imaging is the premier developer and supplier of Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) and Scanning Probe Microscope (SPM) systems, accessories and software for high-resolution AFM and STM imaging in fluids or ambient air under controlled temperature and environmental conditions. Our products are designed for nanotechnology research applications in life science, biotechnology, electrochemistry and material and polymer science. We are focused on creating innovative new products and techniques for our customers that will enable new application areas for SPM and AFM in academic and industrial research.

For more information please see our web site at, or email us at

For product information and sales in Mexico, please contact:
Alfredo Hernández
Técnica En Laboratorios, S.A.
Tapachula # 10 Col. Roma
México D.F. 06700
Tels (01-55) 55-74-58-83 y 55-74-11-38
Fax (01-55) 55-64-16-63

Media Contact:
Barbara L. Rice
Worldwide Marketing Communications and Public Relations
4666 S. Ash Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85282
Tel: +1.480.753.4311 x177
Fax: +1.480.753.4312

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