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Oct 15, 2010 (Vol. 30, No. 18)

Syngene

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Gel Documentation System

The GENi gel documentation system generates true 16-bit, publication-quality images of fluorescent and colored DNA and protein gels. The system is fitted with a fully motorized camera and zoom lens, providing 2 megapixel resolution as well as a six-position motorized filter wheel for hands-off imaging. GENi features a compact darkroom and built-in computer with a large touch screen. The darkroom contains a slide-out transilluminator and fold-down white light table for DNA and protein gel applications. To obtain data, researchers can save images to a USB memory stick using the USB port located on the front of the GENi and transfer the file to a lab computer.

  • Syngene
  • 5103 Pegasus Court, Suite L
  • Frederick, MD, 21704
  • UNITED STATES

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