An automatic gel imaging system works on the principle that when ultraviolet light (of wavelength 254nm-302nm) is directed towards a gel stained with ethidium bromide, the dye intercalates with DNA’s groove, gets excited, and emits fluorescent light. This phenomenon can be observed and recorded in the visible range, i.e., 590nm using a digital camera.
The Gel-Doc system comprises four main parts: a darkroom hood, a UV illuminator, a camera, and computer software for recording and analyzing gel images. The automatic gel imaging system offered by Conduct Science is a completely automated and highly integrated gel imaging system having 340x475x725mm dimensions. It can operate at different wavelengths such as 254nm, 302nm, 365nm, and 590nm and has an exposure time of 1ms-1000ms.
ConductScience offers the Automatic Gel Imaging System.
Horizontal electrophoresis tanks are generally used for the analysis and size separation of nucleic acids, i.e., DNA and RNA.
The horizontal electrophoresis system is made of acrylic and comprises two buffer chambers, each containing an electrode. The apparatus consists of a casting tray, horizontal electrophoresis tank (also known as a submarine tank), gel combs, electrodes, and a power supply. Conduct Science offers two different models of horizontal electrophoresis tanks. Each model has different sizes of casting trays and gel combs.
ConductScience offers Electrophoresis Tanks.
Specifications Gel Tray (W*L) 100*100mm Gel Trays(W*L): 82*88mm Comb Thickness 0.75 – 1.0 – 1.5mm Comb Throughput 11 – 15 samples Amount of Gel: 1~2 piece […]