Gel documentation and gel imaging systems have come a long way from the old days of blue stains and dark rooms. A multiplicity of systems and technologies are now available to visualize and document the results of your gel experiments. The use of gels is so widespread it's practically universal. Gels can be used to characterize proteins, DNA, and even small molecules. For DNA, gels can be used for sequencing, separation, or preparation, and imaging and documentation are essential to all of those applications. Through use of modern imaging and documentation systems, they can also be highly accurate and quantitative. Products available include all-in-one systems, instruments, and software. In choosing a gel documentation and imaging system, consider the needs of your research. For a simple application, a basic system without all of the bells and whistles may be the most economical choice, whereas a sophisticated application may call for a menu of advanced features and analytical software.
Although as mentioned above, we typically use this instrument for imaging DNA ...
Specific bands on Western with anti-his antibody from Qiagen.
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Gel documentation systems automate the process of gel photography. Once the image is captured, additional ...
Traditionally, geneticists identified CNVs using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and early ...
VIAFLO 96 is a new 96 channel electronic pipette that enables fast, precise and easy simultaneous transfer of samples between 96 and 384 microplates. it is designed to be used just like a standard ... Watch Video
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Uniform plate cooling has never been so elegant. Use a BioCision CoolSink to achieve consistent and uniform well-to-well temperature for plates and suspensions. Watch Video
n this video we will share with you tips and tricks for getting the best out of HiTrap(tm) Protein G HP and HiTrap Protein A HP columns. These columns allow you to isolate IgG and IgG subclasses from ... Watch Video