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Protochips Announces New Sales Representative

06-28-2011 09:19 AM CET | Science & Education

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Protochips (protochips.com), a company specializing in revolutionary products for in situ electron microscopy, today announced JoeXray as the new distributor for the AduroTM and PoseidonTM systems in the states of Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, and western Pennsylvania.

This is a natural partnership that opens new sales channels for Protochips. The AduroTM and PoseidonTM platforms will be powerful additions to the JoeXray line of microscopy products. This partnership will allow clients to:

Design and implement unique and custom experiments
Produce and image low drift thermal samples
Obtain nanometer resolution of liquid samples

The Aduro™ system has revolutionized the capabilities of in situ electron microscopy. Researchers can now complete real time, dynamic thermal studies in high resolution. The Aduro™ E-chip™ consumables are customized to meet the exact needs of an experiment. E-chip™ sample supports replace the traditional TEM grid while providing electrical, thermal, or electro-thermal stimulus to the supported specimen.

The Poseidon™ system is a liquid based system that allows for the imaging of both material and biological samples. Samples that previously required freezing or were unable to be imaged live can now be studied directly in their native environment in real time. The Poseidon E-chip™ consumables increase flexibility by allowing customization of volume and flow path on a per-experiment basis.

Steve Shannon, Protochips’ Vice President of Sales, says, “Joe Ullmer has been in the EM/EDX industry since 1984, understands our technology and the applications, and has an extensive network in our target markets. We anticipate Joe having a very strong impact on our business and know he can provide outstanding service to our mutual customers.”

Protochips, located in Raleigh, NC, is a company providing revolutionary products and technologies for the in situ electron microscopy market for more than eight years. Through their innovative E-Chip™ consumable technology, Protochips is fundamentally changing the way in situ microscopy is performed. The E-Chip™ platform is the engine that drives Protochips Aduro™ and Poseidon™ in situ solution, providing temperature and electrical in situ capabilities and the Poseidon™ for liquid in situ capabilities. More information can be found at http://www.protochips.com.

CONTACT: Protochips, Inc.
Steve Shannon, 919-349-7785
Vice President of Sales
steve.shannon@protochips.com

CONTACT: JoeXray
Joe Ullmer, 937-554-2628
Founder
joe.ullmer@joexray.com

Protochips, located in Raleigh, NC, is a company providing revolutionary products and technologies for the in situ electron microscopy market for more than eight years. Through their innovative E-Chip™ consumable technology, Protochips is fundamentally changing the way in situ microscopy is performed. The E-Chip™ platform is the engine that drives Protochips Aduro™ and Poseidon™ in situ solution, providing temperature and electrical in situ capabilities and the Poseidon™ for liquid in situ capabilities. More information can be found at http://www.protochips.com.

Protochips
617 Hutton St - Ste 111
Raleigh, NC 27606
United States
Steven Budd
Steven.budd@protochips.com

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