Microscopy & Microtechniques
A New Concept in Image Analysers
Dec 20 2005
The G:BOX consists of an ergonomically designed darkroom with an easy access chamber and camera/lens mounting pod which allows users to add their choice of Syngene camera, lens and lighting options. This design of darkroom has the added advantage of permitting easy component exchange, making the G:BOX a cost-effective purchase as the system can be upgraded to fit in with any future imaging applications.
With a G:BOX, scientists can choose a standard camera for gel and blot imaging; an advanced cooled camera for chemiluminescence applications or a super camera for imaging 2-D gels. Since the G:BOX is fully computer controlled, users can add a motor-driven zoom lens [with feed back], a fixed lens or a manually controlled zoom lens. Scientists can also specify different filters (either a computer controlled filter wheel or manual filter selector) and lighting choices from transmitted white light and UV transilluminators to overhead Epi UV lighting modules, allowing them to tailor their G:BOX to match their fluorescence and chemiluminescence imaging needs.
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