ANYANG, South Korea, April 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Logos Biosystems announced the launch of the new CELENA S DigitalImaging System with an onstage incubator. The multipurpose CELENA S is designed to simplify high-resolution fluorescence, brightfield, and phase contrast imaging for novices and experts alike.
The CELENA S Digital Imaging System is a fully
"The best thing about the CELENA S is the image quality. We can use it for quick screening or for data collection and in both cases get sharp, detailed images," an AmtixBio representative said. "Our researchers learned to get high quality images in a few minutes, which is great compared to the hours of training and practice it takes to learn on a traditional setup."
The intuitive software is the core of the system, demonstrating Logos Biosystems' commitment to providing advanced imaging solutions to support the life science community. Anyone can learn to capture high-quality images on the CELENA S without extensive training.
The CELENA S Digital Imaging System is for research use only and not intended for diagnostic procedures.
About Logos Biosystems
Logos Biosystems is dedicated to the development and commercialization of life science tools and technologies for a wide spectrum of applications including basic research, quality control, and drug discovery. Since 2008, Logos Biosystems has been developing a series of automated systems and imaging instruments for laboratories engaging in research with a cellular and molecular emphasis. Products include the LUNA family of automated cell counters, the QUANTOM Tx Microbial Cell Counter, the X-CLARITY systems and reagents for electrophoretic tissue clearing, and the CELENA S Digital Imaging System.
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