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Precisionary Instruments at ACG 2023 in Vancouver

Published on August 14, 2023


Explore our Vibratomes and Microtomes for Precision-Cut Tissue Slices

Precisionary Instruments is thrilled to announce our participation in the upcoming American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada. We invite you to visit our booth #1231 from October 22-24, 2023, where you can explore our cutting-edge vibratomes and microtomes that are specifically designed for making precision-cut tissue slices of the liver, pancreas, and intestines. As a token of appreciation, we will be offering free adorable stuffed toy keychains shaped like the intestines and liver/pancreas systems. Join us to discover the full potential of our products and take home a delightful giveaway!

Precision-Cut Slices for Advanced Research:

At Precisionary Instruments, we understand the importance of precision in gastroenterological research. Our vibratomes and microtomes are engineered to provide researchers with the capability to obtain high-quality, precise tissue slices of the liver, pancreas, and intestines. These slices serve as valuable tools for studying disease mechanisms, drug discovery, and developing targeted therapies.



Unparalleled Precision and Versatility:

Our product line of vibratomes and microtomes offers unparalleled precision, versatility, and ease of use. Equipped with advanced features such as adjustable cutting speed, section thickness control, and ergonomic design, our instruments ensure reproducible and consistent results. Whether you are working with delicate intestinal tissue or dense liver samples, our tools provide the precision required for accurate analyses.

Explore our Entire Product Line:

During the ACG conference, we encourage you to explore our entire product line at booth #1231. Our knowledgeable team will be available to provide detailed demonstrations and answer any questions you may have. From our state-of-the-art vibratomes to our cutting-edge microtomes, you will discover the perfect solution for your gastroenterological research needs.

Delightful Giveaways:

As a token of our appreciation, we will be offering free adorable stuffed toy keychains shaped like the intestines and liver/pancreas systems. These cute and educational keychains serve as a reminder of our commitment to advancing research in the field of gastroenterology.

Join us at booth #1231 at the ACG 2023 conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada, and be part of the Precisionary Instruments experience. Discover how our vibratomes and microtomes can elevate your research through precise and consistent tissue sectioning. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore our product line and take home a delightful giveaway. We look forward to meeting you and discussing how our tools can contribute to your research success.

Remember to mark your calendar for October 22-24, 2023, and make sure to visit Precisionary Instruments at booth #1231. See you at ACG 2023!

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