Description: The Leica DMD108 digital microimaging network instrument speeds daily workflow amazingly. The image is displayed to a monitor or projection screen thanks to the integrated camera. The integrated color management features always true color and brilliant images. As there is no need to adapt the posture to the position of eyepieces anymore, work becomes more comfortable while avoiding painful muscle tensions during long working days.
The integrated email function, and remote viewing via internet enable easy communication without connection to a PC.
The C-DiGit Blot Scanner is designed to image membranes for chemiluminescent Western blot
analysis using digital methods, eliminating the need for traditional exposure to film. Before image acquisition is started, a membrane is placed on the scanning surface and the lid is closed. Image acquisition is started via Image Studio software. The C-DiGit has one detection channel that detects visible wavelength emissions from chemiluminescent substrates. This blot scanner is a networkable device, and can be connected directly to a computer (PC or Macintosh) via Ethernet or USB cables.
The Tali Image-Based Cytometer is a 3-channel (bright field, green fluorescence, red fluorescence) benchtop assay platform that uses state-of-the-art optics and image analysis to perform assays for cells in suspension, including GFP and RFP expression, apoptosis, cell viability (live, dead, and total cells), cell cycle, and cell counting assays. It is compatible with a wide variety of eukaryotic cells. In addition to the bright field channel, the Tali® Image-Based Cytometer features two fluorescent channels (green and red), enabling it to simultaneously count green or red fluorescent stains, as well as cells expressing GFP and RFP.
Includes Computer Loaded w/Control Software
The Typhoon FLA 7000 is a fast and versatile laser scanner for biomolecular imaging applications including sensitive and quantitative measurements of radioisotopic labels by storage phosphor and single fluorescence, as well as digitization of colorimetric stains (e.g., Coomassie™ Blue and silver-stained gels). Typhoon FLA 7000 IP is a model dedicated to phosphor imaging. It comes with only one laser configuration. Upgrade paths for any of blue, green, and red excited fluorescence imaging are provided.
The 810-UNV Image Eraser is used to erase latent images on phosphor storage screens to allow screen re-use.
Using advanced electrically cooled SuperChemiNova CCD camera technology, the FluorChem provides real time display and the R.S.D.P. standard of resolution, sensitivity, dynamic range and performance. The FluorChem is ideal for chemiluminescence, fluorescence, and visible imaging applications.
How is this unit better than Alpha Imager 3400:
For low-light applications, such as chemiluminescence, a longer exposure time may be appropriate and it is best to go to the red ACQUIRE IMAGE button to directly acquire the image once the desired exposure time is set. Alternatively, if a good exposure time is unknown, try selecting Auto-Expose and using the super sensitivity selection. Auto-Expose will generate an image showing the signal intensity usually in less than 3 minutes. Afterwards, a different sensitivity (binning) mode can be selected to generate a better resolution image and the software will automatically calculate the new exposure time for you.
High-performance, fully automated imaging has made the AlphaImager HP our most popular platform. The system's application versatility not only includes a wide range of fluorescent and colorimetric applications, but can also be expanded to chemiluminescence as laboratory needs change.
Transilluminators provide brilliant back illumination of transparent materials that are placed on the filter area. It is designed with a durable Plexiglass and glass filter combination and provides increased UV sensitivity and uniformity, while reducing electrical consumption. The transilluminators provide a highly sensitive method to detect double-stranded nucleic acids that have been labeled with fluorescent dyes such as ethidium bromide or acridine orange.
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The Bio-Rad ChemiDoc XRS System is Bio-Rad’s most advanced imaging system. The system is able to image chemiluminescent, fluorescent and colorimetric samples and comes complete with a compact darkroom, transilluminator and supercooled high resolution 1.44 megapixel CCD camera. The entire system is controlled by the provided Quantity One 1-D analysis software with additional controls on the compact darkroom to control focus, aperture and zoom. Consequently, the ChemiDoc XRS system is extremely flexible and can be used for imaging a diverse range of applications such as Western blotting, DNA/RNA gel electrophoresis, 2-D gel electrophoresis, densitometry, etc. The system is able to detect HRP and AP chemiluminescence, ethidium bromide, SYBR Green, green fluorescent protein, silver stain and Coomasie brilliant blue staining to name but a few that are frequently used with the above applications. The system features flat fielding technology which allows for superior uniformity and quantification. Flat-fielding is a technique that corrects for pixel-to-pixel variations by dividing the gain variations out of an image, thus flattening the relative response for each pixel.
Operation of the system is very simple. The gel or membrane is placed on the transilluminator, which is set into a drawer which can be moved in and out of the darkroom, facilitating placement of the gel or membrane. Once the gel or membrane is placed, it and the transilluminator are returned to the darkroom and the door closed. With the Epi-illumination switched on, the aperture, zoom and focus are adjusted using the touchpad on the darkroom and viewed on the computer monitor until the desired position, size and focus of the gel are achieved. To acquire the image, the appropriate light source for the gel or membrane is selected and the software is used to select an integration time. Using the Quantity One software, the image is frozen when a satisfactory image is acquired. The Quantity One 1-D image analysis software aids the user in obtaining the best images possible from the gel or membrane. The software is user-friendly and equipped with built-in quick guides and wizards to facilitate the optimization of images and printouts. The software is compatible with both Microsoft Windows and Macintosh platforms. The Quantity One 1-D software is used for analysis of 1-D electrophoresis gels, Western blotting membranes, Coomassie-stained SDS-PAGE gels, etc. whereas the PDQuest 2-D analysis software is also available and is intended to be used for comparative analysis where many 2-D gels are analyzed at once.