Member since: 2012
Organization: Management of Scientific centers, DPA Al Ain
Versatile imaging systems for gels and blots.
Application Area: Gel imaging and documentation system
"Versatile imaging system for fluorescent / visible gel. We regularly use this machine for DNA gels (EtBr), western blots, and PAGE. The software is intuitively designed and has preset modules for different applications like DNA gels with different dyes SYBR Safe, gel Red, western blots with different substrates like ECL, fluorescent probes. The software also allows editing of the captured images, quantification, and annotation. Personally, I feel the software could be made a bit more user-friendly."
G:BOX Chemi XX9 gel imaging system has a high resolution camera for imaging multiple sample types and sizes, from fluorescence 1D to 2D gels to chemiluminescent blots. Your lab’s imaging system shouldn’t control how you detect proteins on Western blots. Chemiluminescence is great if you want sensitive detection of picogram or femtogram amounts, while fluorescence lets you quantify and detect multiple different proteins on one blot. With a G:BOX Chemi XX6/XX9 you can have it all. Powered by Syngene’s revolutionary GeneSys software featuring hundreds of imaging protocols, you’re free to choose chemiluminescence and fluorescence reagents from any manufacturer, putting you in charge of how you detect your proteins.
Featuring an extended darkroom, you can choose between a 6 or 9 mega pixel, cooled, high quantum efficiency camera for unrivaled levels of sensitivity with minimal background interference.
HI-LED lighting options cover the full spectrum of high intensity blue, green, red and infra-red resulting in faster exposure times and publication quality images. An edge lighting option can also be used for 2D gel capture including the use of DIGE gels.
The system is controlled by GeneSys application driven image capture software and comes complete with unlimited copies of GeneTools analysis software.