Since the release of this interview, the Azure c600 has been upgraded to the Azure 600, the ultimate Western blotting system. Your Western Blot method shouldn’t be limited by your Western blot imager! With the Azure 600, it’s not.
Customer Spotlight: Thiago Soares, PhD, National Institute of Health
Azure Biosystems: What is your current position?
AB: Describe your current research focus in one sentence
AB: When were you introduced to Azure and our Western blotting products?
AB: Before having the Azure c600, how did you image your Western blots?
AB: How did your research change when you started using the c600?
AB: What inspires you about the field of innate immunity?
AB: How does the c600 fit into your research projects?
AB: What are you hoping to accomplish this year?
AB: How did you transition from chemiluminescence to fluorescence?
The Azure 600 is the only system that offers two channel laser based IR detection, chemiluminescent detection with the speed and sensitivity of film, the ability to image visible fluorescent dyes, and the ability to image standard EtBr and protein gels. Infrared laser excitation for quantitative Western blot imaging in the NIR.
This Western blot imager improves your data quality imaging with infrared dyes and offers signal stability. Low background fluorescence imaging with NIR dyes allows you to study multiple proteins in a blot, even if those proteins overlap in molecular weight. Learn more about what the Azure 600 has to offer, and request a free demo today!