The S1000 thermal cycler combines powerful performance with streamlined features. The cycler can be used as a stand-alone instrument for PCR, or it can be connected to a C1000 Touch™ thermal cycler...read more
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Review date: 03 Jun 2013
Application Area: cancer research S1000™ Thermal Cycler
"Great product. Efficiency is great. I will recommend it. Easy to use. Good program. "
The S1000 thermal cycler combines powerful performance with streamlined features. The cycler can be used as a stand-alone instrument for PCR, or it can be connected to a C1000 Touch™ thermal cycler for additional throughput. Up to three S1000 cyclers can be connected to a C1000 Touch cycler, and the four cyclers can then be conveniently controlled as one high-throughput instrument.
Features and Benefits of the S1000:
Flexible platform — choice of 4 interchangeable reaction modules; change throughput capability by linking up to 3 S1000 cyclers to a C1000 Touch cycler or adding PC control for up to 32 cyclers
Exceptional thermal performance — the patented* reduced-mass honeycomb sample block delivers fast ramping and settling times for reliable results and reduced run times
Optimal sealing — the fully adjustable heated lid accommodates a wide range of reaction vessels
Thermal gradient — quickly and easily identify optimal annealing temperatures by using the programmable temperature gradient
Applications and Uses of the S1000:
Gene expression studies
The S1000 cycler can be used with four interchangeable reaction modules, including:
A gradient-enabled 96-well fast module
A gradient-enabled 96–deep well module
A gradient-enabled dual 48/48-well fast module that allows 2 independently controlled protocols to be run side by side in a single bay
A gradient-enabled 384-well module
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