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Amnis Corporation Releases AutoSampler Option for the ImageStreamX



6/18/2010 10:49:14 AM

SEATTLE, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Amnis Corporation, a manufacturer of advanced cell imaging systems, today announced the release of the AutoSampler option for the ImageStreamX cell analysis system. The AutoSampler greatly enhances productivity by enabling unattended sample loading from a wide variety of 96 well plates, including standard-height and tall wells with U, V and flat bottoms. The acquisition software incorporates easy-to-use templates that allow multiple experiments to be run within a single plate.

"The AutoSampler option makes the ImageStreamX platform the ideal choice for high content analysis of suspended cells," said David Basiji, Ph.D., Amnis' President and Chief Executive Officer. Basiji added, "Researchers can easily perform dose response and time course studies with the fully integrated AutoSampler option even in primary cell samples."

William Ortyn, Amnis' co-founder and Chief Operations Officer remarked, "The AutoSampler option can be installed at the time of manufacture or easily retrofitted to systems already in the field. The release of this option includes enhancements to the INSPIRE system software to streamline workflow and simplify instrument operation. Combined, these enhancements facilitate the integration of the ImageStreamX into the workflow of our pharma and biotech customers."

About Amnis: Amnis Corporation, headquartered in Seattle, WA, develops, manufactures and markets instrumentation for high speed cell imaging for research and diagnostic markets. The ImageStream system, introduced in 2005, is in service in over 15 countries world-wide, and has an excellent track record of performance and reliability. Researchers have utilized ImageStream technology to produce over 110 groundbreaking publications and numerous conference posters and presentations.

SOURCE Amnis Corporation


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