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ProXPRESS™ 2D Proteomic Imaging System, Basic Package from PerkinElmer

ProductsProXPRESS™ 2D Proteomic Imaging System, Basic Package from PerkinElmer
Company PerkinElmer
Item ProXPRESS™ 2D Proteomic Imaging System, Basic Package
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Description ProXPRESS 2D Proteomic Imaging System, Basic Package

Superior Protein Detection and Quantitation Over a Wide Dynamic Range:
The ProXPRESS 2D Proteomic Imaging System is a highly sensitive in imaging system for both proteomic and general life science research applications. ProXPRESS 2D provides unparalleled flexibility, enabling the use of all dyes in the UV and VIS spectrum range with its CCD-based detection and multi-wavelength emission and excitation capabilities. • The advanced design of the ProXPRESS 2D Imaging System meets the increasing demands of proteomic research for more accurate and reproducible detection and quantitation of low abundance proteins on large 2D gels. The systems laser-like high resolution provides a statistically significant number of data points per protein spot. This means more accurate and reliable biological information measurements, which translates into fewer failed experiments and improved research productivity.

ProXPRESS 2D is the ideal imaging system for:
1D and 2D gels, analytical and preparative gels, bond and non-bond gels • SYPRO dyes, Silver and Coomassie Brilliant Blue protein stains • Pre-electrophoretic labeled samples on a single gel using reactive fluorophores • Differential protein labeling using a set of fluorophores • Multi-color Western blot detection Proteome expression profiling for precise differential measurement

Basic ProXPRESS 2D Proteomic Imaging System Basic Package
Basic ProXPRESS 2D system including instrument with default filters, ProSCAN image acquisition software and PC • Optional ProFINDER 2D image analysis software with advanced automated spot detection algorithm and whole image warping for set-up, running and editing 2D gel analyses
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