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April 2012, Vol. 1 - Bruker Continues to Invest Into the Markets It Services.

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Vol. 1 April 2012

Bruker Continues to Invest
Into the Markets It Services


AFM Bio Facility

New Customer Care and BioTechnology Facilities Open

Five New Biological AFM Facilities to Open in 2012
April 13, 2012 marks the opening of the first new Life Sciences, Biological AFM research facility: The Delaware Biotechnology Institute. Additional facilities will be opening in the second and third quarters of 2012.

The Latin American Collaborative Center at UFRJ, Brazil
The New European Bio-Center in Karlsruhe, Germany

The New Santa Barbara Core Bio-Center in California, USA
The New Japan Bio-Center in Tokyo, Japan

Working Together Unleashing New Possibilities
Dedicated to breaking barriers, Bruker has a long history of delivery innovative technologies that have gone on to become new industry standards. In the area of AFM Bruker has announced several new ground breaking advancements that are opening new doors to science and providing new possibilities in the area of the Life Sciences. A few examples include:

Dimension FastScan
Breaking the speed barrier, Dimension FastScan™ delivers the world's fastest imaging along with the highest resolution and performance. The Dimension FastScan's video rate scanning enabled the first observation of molecular scale onset of bacterial death from the addition of antimicrobial peptide (CM15).

MultiMode 8
The MultiMode® 8 is the latest advancement upon the Bruker's MultiMode platform, an industry standard with the largest installed based has been evolved to include ScanAsyst™ for added functionality and ease of use. It is allowing new insights such as the ability of proteins to undergo conformational changes required to execute functional activities is dependent on molecular flexibility. Researchers conducted unprecedented sub-molecular, quantitative flexibility mapping of individual membrane proteins that allowed them to directly correlate molecular flexibility and stability to specific protein secondary structures.

BioScope Catalyst
The BioScope™ Catalyst™ Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) with ScanAsyst™ provides uncompromised high-resolution optical imaging capability and thermally limited force measurements and features numerous hardware and software features that make it easier than ever to realize the unique benefits of combining atomic force microscopy and light microscopy. In the life Sciences is allowing the discovery of new information such as Long-term live cell nanoscale mechanical property and morphology mapping, coupled with enzyme removal, demonstrate disease states.

Live AFM Experience On Your Biological Samples
Providing regional expertise and scientific support at the local level is a vital component to our Bio-AFM vision. The ability to work closely we professionals and leaders in the Life Sciences to actively demonstrate the abilities and possibilities of AFM technology is rewarding. We will be able to demonstrate live the capabilities of AFM technology on user samples ensuring the most rewarding and most accurate experience to our customers in their individual area of expertise.

We are committed to the success of our customers, partnering with them to ensure the technological advancements they need to provide new insights, new information and new possibilities.

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