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Oct 2010
FEI Co. of Hillsboro, Ore., a scientific instrumentation supplier, has released four software applications that increase the throughput and ease of use of its electron microscopes for biological research. The applications – Correlative Navigation Utility, EPU, ARGOS (automated recognition of geometries, objects and segmentations) and Extended Slice & View – are expected to make electron microscopes more useful for researchers involved in structural, cellular and tissue biology as they build the full solution from sample to biological answer.

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