If you’re one of the many scientists that combines biochemical techniques such as gels, blots, and microarrays with imaging to visualize tissue distribution or morphology, it’s time to rethink how much you really need to use that microscope.
With resolution down to 10 μm, The Sapphire™ Biomolecular Imager, enables imaging above the subcellular level, and the large scanning bed translates into ultra-wide ﬁelds of view compared to a microscope, speeding your imaging workﬂows.
And then there’s also the Sapphire’s outstanding performance for documenting and quantifying gels, blots, microarray slides, and more using visible and NIR ﬂuorescence, chemiluminescence, and phosphor imaging.
Think about it—one instrument, one easy and ﬂexible data acquisition and analysis workﬂow, so many applications. Use the form to the right to setup a demo so you can see the power of the Sapphire Biomolecular Imager for yourself.
In Cell Western Blots
Pine Cone on Slide
Whole tissues stained and placed directly on the scanner bed
Sheep Tongue (top)
Sheep Tongue (bottom)
Sheep Kidneys on Scanner
Gels and blots
4 Color Fluorescence
Fluorescence Imaging on a 2D Gel (2D DIGE)
EtBr Stained DNA Gel
Coomassie Stained Gel
Chemiluminescent Western Blot
|Brochure||Sapphire Biomolecular Imager||DOWNLOAD|
|Infographic||How Do You View||DOWNLOAD|
|Brochure||Phosphor Imaging with the Sapphire Biomolecular Imager||DOWNLOAD|
|Application Note||Detecting Proteins In-Situ with In-Cell Western Blotting||DOWNLOAD|
|Application Note||Increasing Assay Efficiency with Four Color Detection||DOWNLOAD|