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Optimise Pathology Workflow with Hamamatsu Whole Slide Imaging Solutions

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Hamamatsu Photonics Europe GmbH
Arzbergerstr 10
D-82211 Herrsching
Germany

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Hamamatsu Photonics is a world-leading manufacturer of optoelectronic components and systems. The Company’s corporate philosophy stresses the advancement of photonics through extensive research and yields products that are regarded as state-of-the-art. All products are designed to cover the entire optical spectrum and provide solutions for a wide variety of applications including medical instrumentation, analytical and industrial.

Hamamatsu has a decade of real world experience in delivering sophisticated whole slide imaging (WSI) solutions across the globe for applications including routine and computer-aided diagnosis in laboratories, research, education and telepathology.

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