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HAMAMATSU CITY, Japan, July 1, 2022 — Slide ScannerThe C13220-21MDEU NanoZoomer® S360MD slide scanner system from Hamamatsu is a high-throughput, in vitro diagnostic regulation-compliant model for use in hospitals and clinical laboratories.

Whole slide imaging for in vitro diagnostic use is provided, with 82 slides scanned every hour. Up to 30 slides can be loaded in one cassette and up to 12 cassettes in a system, with a total of 360 slides able to be scanned automatically. Automated correction maintains image quality and color balance.


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