UVP released the GelDoc-It Imager- designed for imaging of fluorescent and colorimetric gels. The imager accommodates a wide range of gel sizes on the integrated UV transilluminator.LISTED UNDER: Fluorescent Systems
LI-COR Biosciences is now shipping its Odyssey Fc Imaging System that combines dual-channel infrared fluorescent and chemiluminescent imaging in one system. The Odyssey Fc System uses FieldBrite XT, a patented new technology that provides 22-bit images with more than six logs of linear dynamic range.
The desktop MollyQ-50G images small mice, rats and other small animals for studying the behavior and effects of drugs. The system uses novel scanning focused collimators instead of pinholes and gamma cameras, making it sensitive, small in size, and easy to use.
The Dyversity 2D gel imaging system can be used to assist in identification of proteins associated with directing embryonic stem cells (ESCs) to a particular cell lineage.
G:BOX Chemi XT16 automated chemiluminescence and fluorescence imaging and analysis system features a light-tight darkroom. A 16 bit camera with an f 0.95 variable aperture lens makes it possible to produce accurate images of large gels and blots.
Digital X-ray Specimen 4000 and 4000 Pro Systems deliver greater than 25 line pairs per millimeter with no geometric magnification. Cooled 4 mega-pixel KODAK CCD camera combined with proprietary phosphor screen technology and a 10× zoom lens images specimens up to 20 × 20 cm.
The G:BOX Chemi HR16 is being used to assist in identifying proteins associated with cardio-myopathy. Researchers are using the G:BOX Chemi HR16 system fitted with a 9-position filter wheel to visualize 1D gels of proteins stained with Pro-Q Diamond, SYPRO Ruby and Pro-Q Emerald (Invitrogen).
Automated G:BOX Chemi XL image analysis system features a high resolution (5.5 mega pixel, digital zoom), 16 bit CCD cooled camera inside a darkroom fitted with motor driven sample stage.
The KODAK In-Vivo Imaging System FX Pro is designed for advanced multi-wavelength fluorescent, luminescent, radioisotopic and X-ray imaging in life science research and drug discovery applications.
The KODAK Image Station 4000MM Pro provides fluorescent and chemiluminescent multi-modal digital imaging system. Imaging settings from session to session can be recalled and replicated.
The PM-2000 platform instrument with AQUA analysis quantitates protein expression within subcellular compartments in tissue sections automatically, with a high level of precision.
The KODAK In-Vivo Multispectral molecular imaging system facilitates non-invasive measurement of biological processes within a living organism.
LSM 5 MP laser scanning microscope system is configured for multiphoton microscopy. Optical coatings ensure minimal power loss with direct-coupled femtosecond lasers. Filter technology guarantees efficient suppression of the exciting light with simultaneous sensitive detection.
Imaging systems used for Western blot analysis are often described as 'quantitative'. While it is true that the instrumentation used to image the blots does acquire signal in a quantitative way, data produced by these systems can only be quantitative if the signal generated by the chemistry is proportional to the amount of sample on the blot in a linear fashion.