Syngene Gel Imaging Systems

Syngene manufactures wide range of Gel Imaging Systems for instant gel documentation, automated chemiluminescence imaging and TLC plate reading, which comply with current regulations specified by accreditation bodies and regulatory agencies. Our systems are used globally by more than 75,000 scientists and you’ll find them successfully contributing accurate data to important projects in many of the world’s top pharmaceutical companies and major research institutes.

Basic gel doc systems

Syngene has a wide range of gel imaging systems for entry-level and basic application use. These systems are ideal for DNA/RNA fluorescence and 1D protein imaging. These systems are at the budget end of the market but deliver with no compromise on specification or performance. Basic systems are predominantly manually driven but when used with GeneSys image capture software ensure that the systems are easy to use.

Applications InGenius U:Genius3 G:BOX NuGenius
Fluorescence UV transilluminator Option
Fluorescence UV Epi Option
Blue light Option Option Option Option
Visible stain transilluminator Option Option Option Option
Colony plate Option Option Option Option
Spot blot Option Option Option
TLC Option

Advanced gel doc systems

The advanced gel imaging systems from Syngene cover a wider range of applications. These include DNA, 1D and 2D gels, chemiluminescence, coloured fluorescence and multi-plex applications. All systems feature high performing cameras with exceptional sensitivity thus ensuring high quality imaging. All systems are fully automated and application driven to enable the user to obtain quantitative results quickly and easily.

Applications GeneGnome XRQ G:BOX Chemi XRQ G:BOX Chemi XX6 G:BOX Chemi XX9 PXi/PXi Touch
Fluorescence UV transilluminator Option Option Option
Fluorescence UV Epi Option Option Option Option
Blue light Option Option Option Option
Visible stain transilluminator Option Option Option Option
Colony plate Option Option Option Option
Spot blot Option Option Option Option
Fluorescence (colour) Option Option Option Option
Chemiluminescence
Fluorescence IR Option Option Option
Proteomics (2D) Option Option Option

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