Imaging

Overview

Gel electrophoresis and cellular imaging by fluorescence microscopy are indispensable teaching tools for life science lab instruction. Fluorescent cell imagers, high-resolution gel imaging systems, and simple handheld UV lights are the tools needed to visualize, analyze, and archive your results.


Category Products

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    GelDoc Go Gel Imaging System for Classrooms

    The GelDoc Go Imaging System is a benchtop imaging system that gives you high-resolution, publication-quality images of up to four nucleic acid or protein gels at once. (For educational use only.)

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    Gel Doc™ EZ System

    The Gel Doc EZ is a compact and automated imaging system. Trays specific for different applications afford flexibility and the Image Lab™ software provides publication-quality images and analyzed results with a push of a button.

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    Molecular Imager® Gel Doc™ XR System
    The Molecular Imager Gel Doc XR system is a fast, easy-to-use, high-resolution gel imaging system. The system includes the easy-to-use, "capture and print" Quantity One® 1-D analysis software.
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    UV Lights
    Bio-Rad offers two portable sources of UV light for detecting and visualizing green fluorescent protein (GFP), which fluoresces brilliant green when expressed in cells or cell extracts.
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    UView Mini Transilluminator and 6x Loading Dye

    The UView™ Mini Transilluminator is a safe and convenient tool for students to visualize agarose gels. The UView 6x Loading Dye is a dual-action DNA stain and loading dye that provides a timesaving and safe alternative to ethidium bromide for the c

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    ZOE™ Fluorescent Cell Imager

    Bring fluorescence microscopy out of the darkroom and into your classroom. ZOE’s intuitive touch-screen interface, integrated digital camera, and projector connection port allow every student to experience fluorescence cell imag