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  • ChemidocMP and Software are Very Easy to Use

    ChemidocMP and Software are Very Easy to Use

    Bio-Rad
    Wednesday, June 04, 2014
    We use this product for a variety of imaging purposes but mainly for western blot imaging and analysis. It is very easy to use once optimized. read more
  • BioDoc-It with Fluor Cam 220 from UVP

    Digitally Enabled Gel Imaging System

    UVP
    Tuesday, May 28, 2013
    Although as mentioned above, we typically use this instrument for imaging DNA run on agarose gels, we also use the system to image and document the production and purification of recombinant proteins ... read more
  • Cellometer Auto T4 Cell Counter from Nexcelom

    Cellometer Auto T4 from Nexcelom

    Thursday, February 07, 2013
    We utilize a number of different tissue culture models including epithelial cells (lung and GI) and suspension cells (leukocytes), both primary cells and cell lines. We measure gene expression ... read more
  • Red™ Imaging System From Alpha Innotech

    Red™ Imaging System From Alpha Innotech

    Alpha Innotech, now part of Cell Biosciences
    Monday, July 06, 2009
    When working with proteins and DNA, one of the first steps in any work flow or experiment is to separate the biomolecules by size on a SDS-PAGE or agarose gel. Following electrophoresis, biomolecules ... read more
  • UVITECH UVIdoc Gel Documentation System From Jencons Scientific, Inc.

    UVITECH UVIdoc Gel Documentation System From Jencons Scientific, Inc.

    Jencons Scientific, Inc.
    Tuesday, June 02, 2009
    Gel electrophoresis is a classic and very reliable method to separate nucleic acid (DNA and RNA) and protein molecules by size. Agarose gel electrophoresis is a very popular method to separate ... read more
  • Cellometer: Disposable Hemacytometer From Nexcelom Bioscience

    Cellometer: Disposable Hemacytometer From Nexcelom Bioscience

    Wednesday, April 18, 2007
    The utilization of cultured mammalian cells in biological or biomedical research will almost assuredly necessitate counting the cells at some time or another. For routine cell counting... read more
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