Thursday 5th March 2015
Syngene and Synbiosis, well-established manufacturers of high quality automated image analysis solutions, are delighted to announce they will be showing a range of systems on Stand 134 at ARAB LAB 2015 on March 23rd-26th. The products on show will suit all budgets and are designed for easy gel and blot imaging or rapid counts and identification of microorganisms.
For molecular biologists looking for a multi-functional analyser which will image all types of fluorescent gels, as well as chemiluminescent and fluorescent blots, Syngene experts will demonstrate the G:BOX Chemi XRQ image analysis system. This system comes complete with high resolution, cooled camera and innovative touch-screen GeneSys image capture software, guiding scientists effortlessly through to the best imaging conditions for generating high quality gel and blot images.
Also on stand is the U:Genius3 EZ, a complete gel doc system with motor driven lens, ideal for budget conscious researchers needing a quick method of producing accurate images of DNA or protein gels.
For microbiologists needing to increase productivity and have fully traceable GMP compliant results, Synbiosis technical staff will be showing the ProtoCOL 3. This system can automatically count and identify microorganisms on chromogenic plates, as well as measure inhibition zones, completing these tasks with greater accuracy and in a fraction of the time it would take to perform manually.
If affordable automated colony counting is a must, then Synbiosis’ aCOLyte 3 including its simple-to-use software is available on the stand for scientists to trial.
For more information on these systems, microbiologists can click these links:
“We are excited to be showing a range of live systems developed using our in-house imaging expertise and manufactured in one of the UK’s most respected innovation hubs,” explains Martin Biggs, Syngene’s UK Sales Manager, “we look forward to meeting scientists on Stand 134 at ARAB LAB 2015 and to letting them see for themselves how our unrivalled technology could speed up their research.”
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