Avance II NMR (Bruker BioSpin Corp.) spectrometers incorporate second-generation (2G) digital receiver (DR) technology, which improves NMR detection fidelity.
Pronouncements of the “post genomic age” notwithstanding, genome sequencing is as relevant today as before the Human Genome Project began seventeen years and $2.7 billion ago. If the promise of genomics is ever to be realized, then clearly the most challenging sequencing work lies.
Sequencing-by-synthesis using fluorescent nucleotides
Improved NMR Use for Biological Solids
Specific gene is key to activation
Analysts points to basis to success
A direct approach to fighting toxins
Proves computer-driven gene prediction
BioDoc-It gel documentation system incorporates all the components required for image capture, preview, and save capabilities. A separate computer is not required. Images are acquired with a monochrome CCD camera. Live preview of images is provided on a 6.4 LCD screen.
AxioCam MRc5 color digital camera is equipped with a 5-megapixel CCD sensor, FireWire and flexibility in read-out modes. The camera offers true color images for applications in pathology, histology, cytology and biology. The 5 mega pixel, 36-bit RGB color depth camera is based on CCD sensors.
Offered for large field-of-view, low magnification(macro) fluorescence documentation and digital
The Prior NZ100 Nanopositioning Piezo Z Stage is designed for researchers utilizing deconvolution and 3D imaging and features 100 μm travel, one nanometer repeatability and closed loop control utilizing a sub-angstrom resolution Piezo resistive sensor.
Reformulated Electron Microscope Film 4489 features T-GRAIN emulsion technology and provides development uniformity across the entire film plane without modified processing agitation techniques. Users benefit from increased speed while maintaining a high signal-to-noise ratio and high image quality.
MacroFire monochrome camera incorporates a 4-megapixel CCD measuring 21.4 mm in diagonal with 2048 × 2048 pixels that are 7.4 × 7.4 microns square, with a 40,000 electron well depth. This is the optimal size for low-light photomicrography imaging.
P-540 series microscopy nano-focusing Z-stages easily integrate into high-resolution microscopes and other probing instruments. They provide fast motion to 100 μm in the Z-direction with sub-nanometer resolution in an ultra low-profile package (16.5 mm ~5/8 inch).