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Using Photonic Components to Design and Build Life Science and Analytical Instruments

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Leading analytical and clinical diagnostics instrumentation OEMs rely on integrated light emission and detection solutions to unlock the mysteries around disease and treatment. Photonic solutions encompassing optical, illumination, sensing and optomechanical technologies provide these OEMs with not only convenience and simplicity, but also an accelerated path to market for the development of highly complex life science and analytical instruments. Even standard, off-the-shelf components, when coupled with a modular and expandable architecture design, can be used to create a fully functional flow cytometer that achieves levels of throughput and cell analysis sensitivity comparable to commercial products.

RICHARD SIMONS, EXCELITAS TECHNOLOGIES CORP.

Life science and analytical instruments based on optical techniques have moved from university and corporate research laboratories, through central diagnostic and pathology laboratories, to local hospital laboratories. They are now becoming more and more commonplace as diagnostic tools at or close...Read full article

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