MCE-202 microchip electrophoresis system
The MCE-202 MultiNA quickly and easily performs DNA and RNA nucleic acid size confirmation and quantitation. It uses microchip technology to conduct fully automated high-speed electrophoresis separation, with fluorescence detection for high-sensitivity analysis.
A single analysis schedule with the instrument can accommodate from 1 to 120 cycles, with a maximum of 108 samples. Up to four microchips can be installed for parallel processing, resulting in a processing speed of just 75 seconds per analysis.
The system is also equipped with an LED-excited fluorescence detector, which is 10 times more sensitive than ethidium bromide staining.
The system is easy to use, with a GUI viewer that provides simple analytical operation. The operator can make an analysis schedule, load the reagents and samples, click [Start] and then walk away. A wide variety of useful functions allows users to design analysis schedules and process data quickly and simply.
The microchips can be re-used around 3600 times, depending on the sample and other factors. One to four microchips can be used at a time, with maximum analysis speed requiring all four.
The microchips are cleaned automatically, before and after each analysis.
Phone: 02 9684 4200
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