A laboratory imaging system should not dictate how users identify proteins on western blots. Chemiluminescence is ideal for sensitively detecting picogram or femtogram amounts, whereas fluorescence allows them to quantify and detect several proteins on a single blot.

Users of the G:BOX Chemi XX6/XX9 can have it all. Using Syngene’s groundbreaking GeneSys software, which allows for hundreds of imaging protocols, users may select chemiluminescence and fluorescence reagents from any manufacturer, placing them in control of how their samples are detected. 

Users can pick between a 6 or 9-megapixel, cooled, high-quantum efficiency camera with high performance lenses and a moving stage extended darkroom for unmatched sensitivity levels with little background interference.

The whole spectrum of UV blue, green, red, far red, and infrared light is covered by the optional high intensity "HI-LED" lighting gantry, resulting in faster exposure times and publication-quality images. An RGB edge lighting option can also be employed for imaging of 2D DIGE gels.

The system is managed by GeneSys application-driven image-capturing software and includes unlimited copies of GeneTools analysis software.

G:Box for walk away western blot imaging

Image Credit: Synoptics Ltd

G:Box for walk away western blot imaging

Image Credit: Synoptics Ltd

G:Box for walk away western blot imaging

Image Credit: Synoptics Ltd


Gel imaging for fluorescence and chemiluminescence

  • High quantum efficiency (QE) camera: For unparalleled levels of sensitivity
  • Motor-driven lens and filter wheel: User-friendly, completely automated setup
  • Fast chemiluminescence detection: Walk-away image capture without film
  • Stain free imaging capability: Capture images of stain free acrylamide gels and many more
  • UV,B,G,R,FR, & IR HI-LED lighting options: Multiplex fluorescence and protein quantification
  • Edge lighting option: 2D and multiplex in-gel fluorescence DIGE image capture
  • White, UV, and blue lighting options: Capture all types of gel and blot images with one system
  • GeneSys application-driven image capture licence free software: Has an extensive database of dyes and imaging protocols. The users need to know the type of gel & reagent they are using, and GeneSys automatically selects the optimal lighting and filters to produce the perfect image
  • Extended darkroom with motor-driven stage: Effortlessly image large or small gels and blots
  • GeneTools analysis software (unlimited copies): Analyse data on any number of PC's
GBOX Chemi XX6/XX9 Tutorial

Video Credit: Synoptics Ltd

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