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New GENi System Extends Syngene’s Gel Documentation Range

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Syngene introduces GENi, a fully motorized gel documentation system. This system is the only one in this price class to generate true 16-bit, publication quality images of fluorescent and colored DNA and protein gels, Syngene has claimed.

Designed for simple, quick detection, the GENi gel documentation system is fitted with a fully motorized camera and zoom lens, providing an impressive 2 mega pixel resolution, as well as a six position motorized filter wheel, ensuring safe, hands- off imaging in seconds.

GENi features a compact darkroom and built-in computer with a large touch screen, which means the system takes up minimal bench space, while still offering users complete control of the camera, optics and filters. The screen also enables easy access to icons linked to Syngene’s patented imaging methods ensuring scientists can easily produce high quality images.

The GENi‘s darkroom contains a slide out transilluminator and fold down white light table for DNA and protein gel applications. An internal white light allows for easy focusing, and the safety interlocking doors automatically turns off the transilluminator when opened, preventing accidental UV exposure.

The system’s integral processor allows users to generate, print and save perfect gel and blot images every time. To obtain data, researchers can save images to a USB memory stick using the USB port located on the front of the GENi and transfer the file to a lab computer. Then by using Syngene’s image analysis software GeneTools, images can be analyzed for base pair number and molecular weight for accurate quantification.