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Agilent to Present at NanoTech
May 2006
W. Travis Johnson, life sciences applications manager at Agilent Technologies Inc., will present a paper on innovative techniques for using scanning probe microscopes (SPMs) and atomic force microscopes (AFMs) in the study of biological phenomena, tomorrow at 4 p.m. at Nanotech 2006, being held this week in Boston. Johnson will discuss TREC (topography and recognition) -- an SPM/AFM imaging mode that combines molecular-scale imaging with the sensitivity of a piconewton-scale single molecule biosensor.  Agilent's PicoTREC imaging system (developed by Molecular Imaging Corp., which Agilent acquired in November) is used in life sciences, biophysics, materials and polymer sciences, and nanotechnology to take images of and map binding sites, to study biological processes, and to probe nanometer-scale areas on a variety or surfaces.

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