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Bruker AXS announced this week the release of Axiom 200, a digital imaging detector of macromolecular X-ray crystallography. The detector is based on Bruker's microgap detector technology. According to the company, the Axiom has essentially zero detector noise, and is able to record each individual X-ray photon as it strikes the detector, thus offering higher sensitivity than older analog detectors, such as image plates.

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