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Nikon Develops Two Cell Culture Observation Systems.

Tokyo, Japan, June 15, 2006 - (JCN) - Nikon has developed the BioStation CT (Cell Tracking) and BioStation IM (cell Imaging) cell culture observation systems, and will begin marketing them in late fiscal 2006.

Announced June 14, the BioStation CT enables a stable and safe cultivation of cells and facilitates quality control. The BioStation IM, which provides video images of cell activities, is suitable for time-lapse imaging of cultured cells.

Nikon aims to reinforce its bio-related business with the new products. The new systems will be exhibited at the 20th IUBMB International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to be held in Kyoto from June 18 to 23.

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