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Valid only on all Compresstome® VF-310-0Z and VF-210-0Z vibrating microtomes

 

Promotion Ends October 31, 2020

 

20% OFF MEGASALE EVENT!

Valid only on all Compresstome® VF-310-0Z and VF-210-0Z vibrating microtomes

 

Promotion Ends October 31, 2020

 

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*Valid only for VF-310-0Z, and VF-210-0Z sales. Does not include additional accessory purchases.

Category Archives: Tissue Slicing Instrument

Brand NEW Compresstome Publication Database

Explore our References database   We want to announce a simple, expedient and easy way to search for all publications that reference the Compresstome tissue slicer! Have you ever wanted to see what other research labs are doing, and how they work with a Compresstome?   On our website, click the tab called “Research Areas” [...]

Citing our Compresstome & Cryostat in Publications

Referencing the Compresstome or Cryostat   First of all, congratulations on your upcoming publication! Since our company’s launch in 2004, more than 400 peer-reviewed articles have been published by labs that have used the Compresstome tissue slicer. We are proud to support scientists around the world in their endeavors.   Why do we care about [...]

Precisionary Instruments WEBINAR: How to get better tissue slices

Launching our new webinar series We are delighted to announce that Precisionary Instruments is launching a new webinar series. To help scientists during a time of remote and distanced learning, we aim to have our webinars provide relevant and up-to-date topics of discussion. This webinar was FREE. Our first webinar was on September 3, 2020 [...]

Electrophysiology and the Compresstome®

What is Electrophysiology? Electrophysiology is the study of the electrical properties of biological cells and tissues. Specifically, in neuroscience, it includes the measurements of the electrical activity of brain cells, including neurons and their action potential activity. In order to take these measurements, the patch-clamp technique is widely used. In order to measure the electrical […]