Wednesday 25th January 2017

New generation Syngene gel doc systems for gel and blot imaging to be showcased on stand 140 at ArabLab 2017

Cambridge, UK: Syngene, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, is delighted to announce the new range of imaging systems will be on Stand 140 at ARABLAB 2017 on March 20th-23rd. Designed for simple set-up and accurate performance, there will be systems on display to suit all budgets and imaging applications.

Scientists looking for a low cost, yet powerful DNA and protein imaging system, should check out Syngene’s NuGenius, live on stand. This compact gel doc system, featuring a 5 million pixel CCD camera and motor driven zoom lens, enables perfect imaging of any gel or blot size up to 20cm x 24cm.

For those seeking dedicated chemiluminescence imagers, Syngene’s experts will be on hand to show the brilliantly designed GeneGnome XRQ imager. With an innovative low-light capture powerhouse of a camera and one-click set-up, generating superb images of barely-there chemiluminescent bands on Western blots has never been easier.

To complete Syngene’s range, the PXi all-round multi-functional imaging system is available for scientists to try. This system, complete with high resolution, cooled camera and innovative touch-screen GeneSys image capture software can handle anything with ease, from chemiluminescent and fluorescent blots, visible gels and blots, right through to more complex 2D gels.

Scientists wanting to find out more about any of these exciting imagers, should click these links for details: http://www.syngene.com/nugenius-gel-imaging-system/  http://www.syngene.com/genegnome-xrq/   http://www.syngene.com/pxi-pxi-touch/

“ARABLAB is always such a great show and we’re excited to be exhibiting our latest range of intelligently designed gel doc systems here.” comments Matthew Dunne, Senior Divisional Manager at Syngene. “We look forward to welcoming scientists on Stand 140 and to letting them see how imaging technology produced in one of the world’s most renowned innovation hubs, could significantly benefit their research.”

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