GE Healthcare Life Sciences Amersham Typhoon biomolecular imagers
Amersham Typhoon biomolecular imagers are the next-generation range of Typhoon FLA scanners from GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences business.
Four instruments in one, the imagers offer versatile imaging and precise quantitation of fluorescent, colour-stained and radio-labelled biomolecules like proteins and nucleic acids. With sensitive detection, down to 3 pg of protein, a combination of phosphor imaging, red, green and blue (RGB) fluorescence, near-IR fluorescence (NIR) and OD measurement are delivered in a single instrument.
The five-laser configuration option and photomultiplier tubes (PMTs) deliver a good degree of fluorescent multiplexed detection, and its broad linear dynamic range provides the enhanced sensitivity required to detect subtle differences in protein levels. Phosphor imaging allows for radiolabelled target detection with high sensitivity.
The device can image gels, membranes, multiwell plates, dishes and tissue sections, and its modular configuration allows detection modalities, stages, detectors and filters to be selected and updated as required. Coupled with auto- and semi auto-scan functions, automatic filter recognition and modular access for multiuser environments, a large 40 x 46 scanning area increases sample throughput and ease of handling.
For more information: http://gelifesciences.com/Typhoon.
Phone: 1800 150 522
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