Typhoon 9410 is a high performance gel and blot imager with the capability of microarray analysis. It offers three methods of detection: storage phosphor, fluorescence and chemiluminescence. Ke...read more
Job Title: Post Doc / Research Fellow Discipline: Molecular biology Work Field: Academia / University Organization: Oxford University Read more »
5 out of 5EASE OF USE
4 out of 5AFTER SALES SERVICE
3 out of 5VALUE FOR MONEY
Review date: 01 Oct 2012
"Very sensitive and high resolution compared to other fluorescence imaging equipment I have used. User-friendly- easy to do a quick scan followed by a more detailed analysis of the region of interest. Easy to select wavelenghts, resolution etc. Many different uses and applications for the machine."
Typhoon 9410 is a high performance gel and blot imager with the capability of microarray analysis. It offers three methods of detection: storage phosphor, fluorescence and chemiluminescence.
Key features include:
• Versatile system which can handle gel sandwiches, agarose and polyacrylamide gels, membranes, microplates and microarrays • Powerful excitation sources and innovative high quality confocal optics allow for the sensitive detection of the low abundance targets in artifact-free images • Red, green, and blue excitation wavelengths and a wide choice of emission filters enable imaging of an extensive variety of fluorophores • Automated four-color fluorescence scanning allows multiplexing of multiple targets in the same sample ensuring accuracy of analysis, increasing throughput, and saving time • Storage phosphor technology delivers high-resolution imaging and accurate quantitation of 3H, 14C, 125I, 32P, 33P, 35S, and other sources of ionizing radiation • Highly sensitive optics enable direct chemiluminescent imaging without intermediate exposures to films or screens • A choice of Typhoon models means the most suitable instrument can be selected depending on the targets of interest. Furthermore, Typhoon can be upgraded as the operator's specific research needs develop.