G:Box makes gel or blot imaging quick and easy
Syngene's new G:Box range, designed to make imaging all types of gel or blot quick and easy, will be on show at Arablab 2011, in the Dubai International Convention Centre on 7-10 March.
Syngene's imaging experts will be on hand to demonstrate how the new G:Box image-analysis range, complete with high-resolution, cooled cameras and touch-screen Genesys image-capture software, uses applications to guide scientists effortlessly through filter and lighting set-up.
The G:Box on show will allow researchers to see how they can accurately image any combination of commercial fluorescent and visible dyes with the G:Box's built-in UV and white lighting or Syngene's optional red, blue, green and infrared LED lighting modules, which can be clipped into the G:Box lighting gantry.
Syngene's experts will also explain the power behind the new G:Box - the Genesys software database of imaging conditions for hundreds of commercially available DNA, RNA and protein dyes.
This software suggests and can automatically instruct the G:Box to set up the correct filters and lighting conditions for any commercial imaging stain.
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