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Gel imaging for fluorescence and visible applications
The G:BOX F3 is the Syngene entry level system for fluorescence and visible applications. It uses Syngene’s groundbreaking GeneSys automatic control software. Driven from a database containing hundreds of application protocols, functional control of the G:BOX is handled by the GeneSys software. Images are captured automatically and effortlessly.
The G:BOX F3 has a high resolution 3.8m pixel camera which is capable of giving outstanding images with incredible spatial resolution. The system is suitable for a wide range of standard fluorescence applications such as DNA imaging or protein gels.
The G:BOX F3 has a stylish modular design. The system includes a motor driven zoom lens as standard, as well as a motor driven filter wheel. Internal lighting comes from an optional UV transilluminator or a blue light LED model to further extend the applications possible with the G:BOX F3.
The system comes complete with unlimited copies of GeneTools analysis software.
Why buy this product
With the new GeneSys control software the user simply has to tell the G:BOX F3 the sample type and dye and leave the rest to the automated capture system. Images are produced quickly with the minimum of effort. No other system on the market offers this level of control.
The new series of 3.8m pixel camera is standard on the G:BOX F3. No other system in this class can offer such high resolution.
The new design of G:BOX F3 includes a motor driven zoom lens and a motor driven filter wheel as standard.
Application notes and news
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"Very convenient for quantification."