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ImageXpress Micro XL Widefield High Content Screening System

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The ImageXpress Micro XL system lets you image three times the area, delivering more statistically relevant results in a third of the time. Combined with the broadest range of objectives and most comprehensive image analysis tools available today, the ImageXpress Micro XL system lets you screen more cells, more wells and more microplates than ever before.

All the capabilities of the standard ImageXpress Micro system, plus these exciting enhancements:

  • One well, one image
  • Fewer images for large objects
  • Statistically relevant results in a third of the time
  • Instant-on, long-lived solid state light source
  • Reliable assays with <5% CV of intensities across plate

Product ImageXpress Micro XL Widefield High Content Screening System
Company Molecular Devices Product Directory
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