Analytik Jena offers a complete line of PCR UV systems.
PCR UV hoods use shortwave ultraviolet to control unwanted transfers of nucleic acids. The systems bring together UV irradiation, antimicrobial stainless steel and aluminum to create a dual-attack environment against PCR contaminations. PCR UV² and UV³ HEPA systems are multi-featured equipment for eliminating possible PCR contamination. Therefore it brings together UV irradiation, antimicrobial stainless steel and aluminum to create a dual-attack environment. The UV³ hoods feature both HEPA filter assembly plus UV light. Finally two sizes are available: cabinet and workstation.
PCR UV Cabinet & Workstation Features:
The ePaTOX II is a versatile instrument for highly sensitive, chip-based detection of proteins, toxins, nucleic acids and other biomolecules in a wide range of samples. Suitable for use in the laboratory, this instrument can also be integrated into mobile detection systems. Operators are able to use the instrument after only a brief introduction thanks to uncomplicated, ready-to-use kits and user-friendly control/analysis software. Full detection of nucleic acids or proteins typically takes 8 or 20 minutes, respectively.
A number of rapidSTRIPE Assays has been optimized for detecting Tick pathogens. Once the nucleic acid has been extracted from ticks (using the blackPREP Tick DNA Kit or blackPREP Tick DNA/RNA Extraction Kit), the DNA is introduced into a specific combination reaction consisting of amplification and subsequent hybridization. Both of these reactions occur uninterrupted within the same reaction vessel. The final step involves loading the hybridized amplification product onto a Lateral Flow Strip. A positive test result for pathogen is confirmed by the appearance of a test line. The strip also includes a control line (conjugate control) to ensure the reaction is working properly. The Lateral Flow Strips developed for this assay are stable for long periods and can be archived.