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June 28th, 2006

Xradia Announces New X-ray Solutions

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Xradia, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of ultra-high-resolution x-ray imaging systems for 3D tomography and nanotechnology applications, today announced the sale of three of its MicroXCT(TM) 3D Transmission X-ray Microscopes.

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