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Analytik Jena Introduces New Product Lines

Published: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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The product highlights include ChemStudio SA, PCR UV Workstation and the new InnuPure® C96.

Analytik Jena are presenting its latest developments for everything from sample handling to PCR technology to final detection of results at Biotechnica 2013. 

Initial introduction of the ChemStudio product line: With ChemStudio SA, Analytik Jena is introducing a new generation of devices for imaging control for every user. The chemiluminescence system is designed for a wide range of different applications. Depending on the chosen system configuration, the applications range from simple gel documentation to advanced, multispectral and multifunctional imaging.

The new product line PCR UV Cabinets & Workstations uses short-wave, ultraviolet radiation in order to prevent an undesired transfer of nucleic acids in subsequent experiments. The systems combine UV radiation, antimicrobial stainless steel and aluminium in order to achieve double effectiveness against PCR contamination. In addition to the standard PCR UV² models, PCR UV³ HEPA systems with integrated three-step HEPA filters are available.

The further development of the purification robot InnuPure® C96 makes the high-throughput system for the fully automated purification of nucleic acids more efficient. InnuPure® C96 enables quick and fully automated nucleic acid extraction from complex raw materials in the 96-well standard format. For this, the extraction system relies on the proven principles of li-quid handling and purification on the basis of magnetic particle separation, whereby high yields and excellent purities can be achieved.


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