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CAMBRIDGE, England, April 27, 2020 — Imaging LightingFar-red HI-LED lighting options have been announced by Syngene for its G:BOX Chemi and G:BOX mini multi-application gel and blot imaging systems.

The environmentally friendly lighting enables fast workflow and precise detection of IR fluorescent-labelled proteins on gels and blots. With an excitation wavelength of 650 to 670 nm, the far-red HI-LED light allows G:BOX Chemi and G:BOX mini systems to image sensitive near-IR protein dyes such as IR-Dye 680 and 700, as well as Alexa Fluor 680 and 700. The LED light is more intense than standard LEDs, which makes shorter exposure times for high-speed imaging.

Scientists can simultaneously image multiple different white and UV light applications such as 1D/2D DNA and protein gels, as well as chemiluminescent and fluorescent multiplex Western blots. Researchers can generate publication-quality images using just one imaging system.
Apr 2020

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