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Syngene's Innovative UltraBright-LED Blue Light Transilluminator


3/6/2012 10:36:07 AM

Frederick, MD: Syngene, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, today introduced the UltraBright-LED transilluminator, a new generation of blue light transilluminator designed for safely imaging fluorescently labeled gels (up to 20cm x 16cm) on the bench or inside Syngene G:BOX imaging systems.

The UltraBright-LED uses two high intensity LED arrays which produce uniform, bright excitation at 470nm, and can illuminate dyes that excite at 420 to 480nm. Therefore, the system is suitable for visualizing small amounts of Ethidium Bromide and non-toxic DNA stains including Syngene’s new UltraSafe Blue™ dye, SYBR Safe and GelGreen, as well as protein stains such as SYPRO Ruby and Pro-Q Diamond. Since the UltraBright-LED uses blue light, researchers imaging non-toxic stains can use the system directly on the bench and as it is compact and light weight it takes up very little space and is easy to move.

The UltraBright-LED features a special filter in its lid which enhances band contrast and provides optimum viewing conditions. The transilluminator has been designed to easily slide in and out of any Syngene G:BOX imaging system, making the UltraBright-LED ideal for visualizing faint bands, allowing precise band cutting and production of high quality images for analysis and publication.

Laura Sullivan, Syngene’s Divisional Manager stated: “Blue light transilluminators are an alternative to UV when scientists work with non-toxic fluorescent dyes. The advantage of using blue light is that it is a “safe” light source which can be used on the bench, as it is not as harmful as UV and does not photo-nick DNA samples.”

Laura continued, “We are delighted to introduce the UltraBright-LED blue light transilluminator as it complements our UltraSlim-LED transilluminator for use in Syngene’s In:Genius3 and U:Genius3 gel doc systems. The UltraBright-LED transilluminator when used in combination with a G:BOX system, is an excellent tool for researchers looking to generate outstanding gel images without compromising their DNA quality or their safety.”

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Dr Sue Pearson, Director, International Science Writer, PO Box 170, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG5 3GD, UK.

Tel/Fax +44 (0) 1462- 635327 Email: sue.pearson@internationalsciencewriter.com

Web: www.internationalsciencewriter.com

About Syngene

Syngene is a world-leading supplier of integrated imaging solutions for analysis and documentation of gel-based information. Syngene’s systems are used by more than 10,000 research organizations and over 50,000 individual scientists world-wide and include many of the world’s top pharmaceutical companies and major research institutes.

Syngene, founded in 1997, is a division of the Synoptics Group based in Cambridge, UK. The Group’s other divisions, Syncroscopy and Synbiosis, specialize in digital imaging solutions for microscopy and microbial applications respectively. Synoptics currently employs 40 people in its UK and subsidiary operation in Frederick, USA.


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