Coring Tools for the Compresstome Vibratome

Do you need coring tools for research? If you work with precision-cut tissue, then chances are you need coring tools for tissue slice prep! Many of our customers have asked for coring tools, and we are delighted to announce that Precisionary Instruments now offers coring tools in a wide variety of diameters! Used to prepare […]

New Camera Automated Block-Face Tissue Imaging

During your experiments, have you wanted to take images of each slice before they are cut? We now have a block-face imaging camera system for the Compresstome vibratome that capture slice-by-slice images as you make tissue sections. Shown above are mouse brain slices being cut, with individual images taken after each slice. Working in collaboration […]

Scientific Support at Precisionary Instruments

We are Here to Support Your Research We’ve all worked on something and hit a road block, right? When this happens, do you receive the answers you need right away? In the scientific community, colleagues are busy, user manuals are misplaced or really lengthy, and finding the answer you need can be downright frustrating. That’s […]

Meet Our Global Distributors & Partners

Today, we will like to share with you our Global Distributors & Partners! Our Global Distributors & Partners are companies around the world that sell our products internationally. We work with our Global Distributors & Partners directly, and they work directly with our customers from the corresponding countries. This creates a smooth buying process for […]

See the Advantages of Auto Zero-Z® Technology!

Do you want the best possible tissue slices every time you section tissue? The Compresstome® vibratomes comes with patented Auto Zero-Z® technology that will give you even and consistent slices every time you cut. Compresstome® models are equipped with Auto Zero-Z® technology during manufacturing, so when you receive your model, you can start working on […]

Compresstome® Lab Feature: The Albelda Lab at the University of Pennsylvania

Meet Dr. Astero Klampatsa, who uses the Compresstome vibratome for thoracic cancer research at the University of Pennsylvania! The Compresstome® Vibratome in the Albelda Lab: Dr. Astero Klampatsa works at the Penn Center for Lung Biology, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine at Penn. Her lab is headed by principle investigator Dr. Steve […]

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