Precision X-ray to Present Groundbreaking Research at 2016 American Association for Cancer Research
NORTH BRANFORD, Conn., (April 13, 2016) – Precision X-Ray (PXi), the leader in small-animal cabinet irradiators and radiotherapy research systems worldwide, will be traveling to New Orleans to attend the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). The ACCR annual meeting is the premiere event for cancer researchers and the cancer community as a whole. This year’s theme is “Deliver Cures Through Cancer Science,” and as has been designed to highlight the link between research and advances in patient care
Dr. Rao V. L. Papineni of PXi will present about his groundbreaking research on how “Energy disruptor and glycosylation hacker mitigates bacterial infection responsive and/or colitis.” Dr. Papineni will also be available to advise attendees about the X-RAD XL/Xli and X-RAD SmART biological irradiators and the immense impact they’ve had on the cancer research industry.
The event will be held at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La. from April 16, 2016, to April 20, 2016.
About Precision X-Ray
North Branford, Connecticut, based Precision X-Ray (PXi) is the leader in small-animal cabinet irradiators and radiotherapy research systems worldwide. PXi provides easy-to-operate, reliable, safe and cost-effective X-ray imaging and X-ray irradiation systems for applications in translational, industrial, and pharmaceutical research. The company actively develops new applications in these markets and designs new equipment to meet customer applications needs.
Customers of Precision X-Ray include prestigious hospitals, medical schools, universities, pharmaceutical manufacturers, government and major independent research facilities around the globe. For more information, please visit www.pxinc.com or call 203.484.2011
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