Dyversity

Dyversity from Syngene

By: Syngene  08/07/2011
Keywords: gel imaging, Gel Documentation, 2d Gel Electrophoresis

Dyversity is designed for the rapid generation of 2D protein gel images and features a high resolution, 16-bit CCD camera inside a computer-controlled darkroom. This camera offers unrivalled separation of the highest density of protein spot images and can capture faint spots guaranteeing imaging accuracy which is comparable to many expensive laser based scanning systems.

The versatile Dyversity system has a motor driven sample stage, motor driven lens and can be fitted with a range of filters, UV and visible lighting options to allow imaging of all commercial 2D protein stains including Coomassie Blue, silver stain, SYPRO® Ruby, Pro-Q® Diamond, Deep Purple™. With an optional lighting module it is also possible to image gels stained with Cy2, Cy3 and Cy5. The high-quality 2D gel images produced by Dyversity can be easily downloaded for rapid analysis into Dymension, Syngene's powerful 2D gel image analysis software.

Keywords: 2d Gel Electrophoresis, Chemiluminescence And Fluorescence, Chemiluminescence And Fluorescence Systems, Gel doc, Gel Documentation, Gel Documentation And Analysis Systems, gel imaging, Image Analysis Systems,

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