InnoScan 1100 by Innopsys

Manufacturer Innopsys
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Three-color, ultra-high resolution fluorescence imager

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InnoScan 1100

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Average Rating: 4.7
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Obtaining a huge amount of data in a simple run!
Rating: 4.7

  • Application Area: Protein microarrays and cell imaging

"We are using the equipment for screening biomarkers in various biological samples, from serum to cell/tissue lysates."

Review date: 14 Mar 2019 | InnoScan 1100

Combining ultra-high resolution and high-level automation, the InnoScan 1100 is perfect for fast, whole slide imaging. With three excitation wavelengths, it is ideal for reading cell microarrays as well as classic three-color microarrays.

Characterized by its ease of use, performance and versatility, the InnoScan 1100 is the ideal tool for cell microarrays as well as three color microarrays.

  • High-quality images: With a resolution of up to 0.5µm/pixel or a 20x objective equivalent, the InnoScan 1100 is the highest resolution microarray scanner on the market. This combined with a real-time autofocus system and confocal PMT detection, the InnoScan 1100 provides high-quality images for detailed analysis of your microarrays.
  • Easy automation: In association with the image acquisition and analysis software Mapix, the InnoScan 1100 scanners fully automize the scan and analysis of very high-density arrays
  • Multiplexed whole slide imaging: The InnoScan 1100 is capable of scanning any microscope slide with various substrates: cells, tissue, proteins, DNA, glycans, peptides and others. Equipped with three excitation channels, it empowers users with more multiplexing capabilities, thus allowing the analysis of several samples or markers on the same slide.