PerkinElmer, Labcyte, and Nikon

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PerkinElmer this week launched the PhotoKinesis accessory for its UltraVIEW live-cell imaging system.
 
The PhotoKinesis accessory was designed to enable fluorescence recovery after photobleaching and similar techniques on the UltraVIEW. The accessory also includes “Track-It” on-demand photoactivation and photoswitching, which provides users with greater control over their experiments, PerkinElmer said.
 

 

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