Phosphorimager recommendation?

Dmitry Anatolievitch Los losda at nibb.ac.jp
Tue Jan 11 05:41:17 EST 1994


>To: methods-and-reagents at net.bio.net
>Subject: Re: Phosphorimager recommendation?
>From: MARDER at agri.huji.ac.il (Jonathan B. Marder)
>Date: Mon, 10 Jan 1994 17:18:32 GMT
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>In article <1994Jan9.123147.9278 at wvnvms.wvnet.edu> lsalati at wvnvms.wvnet.edu 
writes:
>>Subject: Phosphorimager recommendation?
>>From: lsalati at wvnvms.wvnet.edu
>>Date: 9 Jan 94 12:31:47 EST
>
>>Our biochemistry department has the fortunate luck (and funds) to
>>be in the market for a Phoshorimager.  Can you give me any
>>recommendations for ones that you think are good, preferably one(s)
>>that you have used.
>
>Following the discussion about Imagers over the summer, we finally decided on
>a Fuji BAS system.  Some of our considerations were local i.e. the sort of
>support we could expect from the agent.   Until recently, the Fuji system
>would run only from a  SUN workstation, but now a MacIntosh operating system
>is available (we use this) and there are rumours that PC support (via
>Windows 3.1) will soon come out.
>
>So far, we are happy with our choice.
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I also vote for a Fuji BAS. We have 3 in the Institute and all work 
perfect.

Dmitry A. Los
National Institute for Basic Biology
Myodaiji, Okazaki 444, Japan
fax: 81-564-54-4866
E-mail: losda at nibb.ac.jp




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