Gel documentation and imaging systems
dbell at qnis.net
Fri Oct 19 10:27:07 EST 2001
first thing I want to say is that we have moved into our new facilities
(yahoo) in sunny, Parlier CA - so my e-mail and address has changed.
We have the AlphaInnotech setup and we have been very pleased with silver
stain, coumassie, SYPRO ruby, EtBr on agarose and acrylamide gels. The
only problem we had was getting resolution high enough for our 2-D protein
I would encourage you to review each companies analysis sofware before
purchasing - cameras are cameras, but the analysis software can make or
break your satifaction.
New address as of Oct 2001:
USDA Agricultural Research Service
9611 S. Riverbend Avenue
Parlier, CA 93648
(559) 596-2791 fax
dbell at fresno.ars.usda.gov
On Friday, October 19, 2001 1:42 AM, Jan van der Ploeg
[SMTP:jvdploeg at zzmk.unizh.ch] wrote:
: This question has been asked before in the past, but I would like to know
: which system for gel documentation and chemiluminescence imaging you
: to work with. I have been looking at Bio-Rad's Chemi-Doc, Alpainnotech's
: Chemiimager, the Chemigenius from Syngene, and the Chemi system from UVP.
: How important are camera resolution and amount of grey shades for
: documentation of DNA gels, protein gels and blots?
: Thanks, Jan
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