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Unmatched performance for protein assays
Specifically designed to enhance detection in nitrocellulose protein array applications, the InnoScan 710IR near infrared (NIR) fluorescence scanner from Innopsys has on-board 670 nm and 785 nm excitation lasers to optimize performance by reducing the inherent background from the nitrocellulose. No scanner comes close for optical quality and speed of operation. Full compatibility with traceability standards is guaranteed, with a validation slide and associated Mapix software provided.
• 670 nm and 785 nm excitation lasers for enhanced IR performance
• Simple to understand and operate – concentrate on the interpretation
• High precision - maximum resolution of 3 µm/pixel
• Under 4 minutes reading time combined with 10µm resolution
• Unbeatable scanning speed (10 to 35 lines/sec)
• Barcode identification for reliable traceability
• Portable, compact design; can be shared by labs
• Attractive price
Eliminating one of the most common concerns, the InnoScan 710IR is insensitive to substrate distortion. The real-time autofocus system makes the entire reading area completely uniform.
Sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio are two of the outstanding characteristics upon which the reputations of InnoScan scanners have been built. Outstanding photometric properties, combined with unique data manipulation software, ensure the most advanced analyses possible on the market for this class of scanner.
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"The Innoscan 710-IR performs well in our hands. It has the sensitivity and dynamic range of a conventional laser-PMT microarray scanner, but scans at wavelengths suited to nitrocellulose membranes. Scanning in the IR range really does overcome the inherent auto-fluorescence of nitrocellulose that limits its use in conventional fluorescence analysis. With this scanner, we can get protein on nitrocellulose to produce signals in the 65K range with backgroud levels <1K. It has greatly increased the quality of the data from all of our nitrocellulose based protein assays. The software is easy to use and intuitive, especially if you have operated other microarray scanners. The auto loader performs well, and the automated analysis software also performs well - always correctly placing the grid and finding spots. It really cranks out the data with minimal user intervention. It's not cheap, (its comparable with conventional microarray scanners), but it does work well."