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iVISION Automated Digital Image Analysis System from BioGenex

ProductsiVISION Automated Digital Image Analysis System from BioGenex
Company BioGenex
Item iVISION Automated Digital Image Analysis System
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Description The BioGenex VISION Sytem is a highly advanced digital imaging system that comes with proprietary digital imaging and automation technology that is designed for digital image acquisition, analysis, archving/retrieval and colored professional reporting. The iVISION is a state-of-the-art digital imaging system that aids in performing high-speed scanning and detection, acquisition and archving, rare cell detection, quantitation, microvessel density and cell analysis, data/image management and flexible reporting.
Info BioGenexBioGenex
4600 Norris Canyon Rd.
San Ramon, CA 94583
Customer Service:
(925) 275-0550
(800) 421 4149 (in the U.S.)

Fax Number:
(925) 275-0580
Web Site: http://www.biogenex.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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