News

2010

Wednesday 24th November 2010

Launch of new LED lighting modules

Syngene introduces plug and play LED lighting modules to fit all new G:BOX and Dyversity images.

Wednesday 17th November 2010

Launch of new generation G:BOX imaging systems

New generation G:BOX range leads gel image analysis market with time saving method of auto-selecting best filter and lighting conditions.

Thursday 21st October 2010

Major molecular medicine centre uses G:BOX iChemi to accurately identify proteins

University of Portsmouth using G:BOX iChemi to identify proteins that impact the pathology of muscular dystrophy.

Friday 27th August 2010

New product extends Syngene's gel documentation range

Syngene launches the GENi gel imaging system to extend its gel documentation range.

Thursday 22nd July 2010

Top analytical testing company uses G:BOX to quickly verify meat and fish content of food

Major European analytical testing company uses G:BOX EF for rapid authentication of food contents.

Friday 18th June 2010

Syngene’s 2D image analysis systems being used in critical research to analyse the efficacy of novel treatments for brain tumours

Dyversity and Dymension used at the Burzynski Research Institute to determine molecular effects compounds have on brain tumours.

Tuesday 1st June 2010

University of York uses G:BOX imaging system as cost-effective method of assessing protein expression

G:BOX chemiluminsecence imaging system used at University of York to determine expression of a wide range of proteins on chemiluminescent Western blots.

Tuesday 18th May 2010

Syngene image analyser used at one of world's top universities to help determine the molecular mechanisms of sight

G:BOX iChemi XR being used by scientists at the University of Cambridge to help unravel the molecular basis of sight.

Wednesday 5th May 2010

Versatile Dyversity system at leading European Cancer Research Centre rapidly analyses fluorescent and chemiluminescent proteins with ease

The Cancer Research UK Cambridge Research Institute accelerates the pace of research on proteins and DNA associated with a variety of different cancers.

Thursday 4th March 2010

Imaging system used at major plant breeding centre to safely analyse DNA and RNA from essential forage crops

G:BOX EF gel documentation system is being used by scientists in a prestigious plant breeding centre at Aberystwyth University in Wales to
help map the DNA and RNA from commercially important forage crops.

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