Wednesday 9th February 2011
Syngene is delighted to announce its new G:BOX range, designed to make imaging all types of gel or blot quick and easy, will be on show for the first time on Stand 146 at ArabLab 2011, in the Dubai International Convention Centre on March 7th-10th.
Syngene’s imaging experts will be on hand to demonstrate how the new G:BOX image analysis range, complete with high resolution, cooled cameras and innovative touch-screen GeneSys image capture software, uses applications to guide scientists effortlessly through filter and lighting set-up. The G:BOX on show will allow researchers to see how they can accurately image any combination of commercial fluorescent and visible dyes with the G:BOX’s built-in UV and white lighting or Syngene’s optional red, blue, green and infrared LED lighting modules, which can be clipped into the innovative G:BOX lighting gantry.
Syngene’s experts will also explain how the power behind the new G:BOX, the unique GeneSys software uses a database, (which is constantly being updated) of imaging conditions for hundreds of commercially available DNA, RNA and protein dyes. This intelligent software suggests and can automatically instruct the G:BOX to set up the correct filters and lighting conditions for any commercial imaging stain, ensuring visitors to the stand will be amazed at how quickly the G:BOX can generate high quality images of even complex multiplex gels and blots.
Laura Sullivan, Syngene’s Divisional Manager stated: “We are excited to be unveiling the five models in our new G:BOX range on Stand 146 at ArabLab this year. The new G:BOX systems and GeneSys software are the result of two years’ research, and unlike any other imaging equipment they allow users that know what they have stained their gel or blot with to be rapidly guided to their best filters and lighting set-up. We are looking forward to meeting scientists at ArabLab and to letting them see for themselves the time-saving benefits our market leading G:BOX technology can bring to their research.”
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