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May 2nd, 2006

Fujitsu Announces New Technique

Abstract:
The BioSciences Group of Fujitsu Computer Systems today announced a new method that nearly doubles the
efficiency of cell transformation in difficult-to-transfect cell types, based on the CELLINJECTOR(TM) automated microinjection technology. Dr. Michael J. McManus, vice president of Business Development for the BioSciences Group of Fujitsu Computer Systems, said, "We are pleased to announce a method leveraging the expertise of Fujitsu in nanotechnology and automation. The CELLINJECTOR vastly improves the efficiency and throughput of cell injections, easily performing thousands of successful injections per day compared to hundreds done manually."

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