qTOWER³ – Get in Touch with High-Class qPCR
Oct 10 2016 Read 643 Times
Vision, Amazement, Simplicity: the new qTOWER³ real-time PCR thermal cycler from Analytik Jena
The patented fibre optic shuttle system with unique light source powered by 4 high-performance LEDs guarantees ideal excitation and detection of known fluorescent dyes up to the dark red. In addition, the system’s highly sensitive detection module can be equipped with up to 6 different colour modules. Colour modules are upgradeable, allowing the system to benefit from future Analytik Jena developments. And, enjoy peace of mind knowing that the qTOWER³’s optical components are backed by an industry-leading 10-year warranty. Silver block technology is at the heart of the qTOWER³, offering outstanding homogeneity of only ±0.1 °C over the entire 96 well block. Optionally, the linear gradient function is the optimal tool to easily adjust the instrument to different assays. The qTOWER³ is available either as stand-alone device with integrated 10” tablet or as PC-based system. The software comes with a broad spectrum of optimised analysis algorithms including absolute and relative quantification, melt point analysis, delta-delta Ct method, PCR efficiency, allelic discrimination, endpoint and protein determination.
Analytik Jena Life Science products (www.analytik-jena.de/en/life-science.html) are now available through Ultra-Violet Products Ltd (An Analytik Jena Company), in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.
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