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INDIANA UNIV. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE-SOUTH BEND
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"The Chemidoc System gives crisp clean images and the software is easy to use for quantification."
ChemiDoc-It Imaging System for dedicated chemiluminescent and bioluminescent image acquisition and analysis.
- Capture high-resolution chemiluminescent and bioluminescent images Ultra-dark interior provides optimum conditions for capturing blots
- Sample platform adjusts to specific heights with a numeric counter for reproducible field of view
- Non-reflective platform surface minimizes reaction light scattering
- Darkroom includes white light epi-illumination and a full-access door
- This PC-based system is configured for use with UVP’s VisionWorks LS capture and analysis software
- Real-time preview of images on the monitor allows for immediate focus and image placement adjustments
- FireWire connectivity offers a simple set-up configuration and fast image transfer
- The high sensitivity, monochrome camera is designed specifically for the imaging of protein and DNA blots and ensures superior results
- Camera is cooled to subzero temperatures, producing low-background noise and a wide dynamic range for high quality images in a short exposure time
System components combine to produce maximum sensitivity in every point in your image
- Light tight darkroom provides optimum conditions for chemiluminescent and bioluminescent applications
- High resolution, high sensitivity cooled CCD camera and lens combine for faster integration times
- Fixed lens for optimal signal sensitivity
Dimensions: 14”W x 34”H x 13”D (354 x 864 x 330mm)
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