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8220;Logos Biosystems has been providing innovative research instruments to biomedical and life science researchers and now is committed to offer the world's first commercial instrument for Clarity[TM] which will contribute to brain mapping-related projects around the world,” commented Dr.
While e-nose instruments have proven useful for some food, medical, pharmaceutical, and environmental applications, in general, the long-term performance of many commercial instruments has not lived up to expectations, and in recent months, several startup e-nose manufacturers have gone out of business.
The AFM jumped from a lab novelty to a commercial instrument, prompting the creation of a new instrument industry.
This small coil diameter and the 1-mm coil-to-sample distance allow an order of magnitude improvement in spatial resolution over any previously available commercial instrument.
Today, commercial versions of STMs are available and, except for special analysis requirements, buying a commercial instrument is more practical and less expensive than building your own system.

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