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and analysed at the same time on a single protein blot. UVP offers several filters used for NIR blotting with 680 and 770 to 800nm fluorescent tags.


“With the recent release of VisionWorksLS 7.0 software powering the BioSpectrum system, easy and optimal image detection and fast analysis with the simple user interface is now a reality. No matter which fluorophore stain or label is used,” says Alex Waluszko, vp for marketing and sales.


Fig. 2. Imsol’s DeltaVision Core increases a laboratory’s ability to image samples over longer periods.


NIR imaging Routine NIR imaging with the BioSpectrum and BioLite MultiSpectral Source is fast, efficient and straightforward yielding full 16-bit images for quantitation and publication. Sean Gallagher, UVP vp and chief technology officer further states, “Automated mulitplex NIR fluorescent imaging with the UVP BioSpectrum further expands capabilities of the most versatile and cost effective fluorescent imaging system available today.”


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