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ProductsChemical Inkjet Printer from Shimadzu Biotech
Company Shimadzu Biotech
Item Chemical Inkjet Printer
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Description The ChIP (Chemical Inkjet Printer) is a revolutionary new approach to Peptide Mass Fingerprinting and Protein Macroarray Analysis, developed in conjunction with leading proteomics company, ProteomeSystems.
The strategy compliments established protocols in resolving proteins by 2-D gels (using the proteins isoelectric point and apparent molecular weight). However, unlike classical approaches the ChIP reproducibly dispenses picoliter volumes of reagents to defined locations opening new horizons for micro-scale protein research.
For the first time, micro-scale on-membrane digestion can be rapidly generated without the need for time consuming procedures of in-gel digestion, peptide extraction and C18 ZipTip clean-up steps. Piezoelectric solvent delivery systems deliver picoliter volumes of reagents to defined locations on the PVDF membrane (supports four different chemistries for multiple enzyme digests on the same spot).
ChIP technology- Bringing Chemistry to the Protein
  • Supports micro-scale on-membrane digestion of protein using pico to nanoliter volumes of reagents delivered to PVDF electroblots from 2-D gels
  • Piezoelectric drop-on-demand ink-jet technology enables precise and reproducible delivery of reagents
  • Critical samples can be archived
  • Direct analysis by Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA MALDI TOF analysis for high confidence protein identification
  • Multiple chemistry support for higher protein coverage
Info Shimadzu BiotechShimadzu Biotech
Japan/Asia
Shimadzu Corporation
1 Nishinokyo Kuwabaracho
Nakagyoku, Kyoto 604-8511
Japan
Phone: +81-75-823-1148
Fax: +81-75-823-1364
info@shimadzu-biotech.net

United States
Shimadzu Biotech USA
7102 Riverwood Drive
Columbia, Maryland 21046 USA
Phone: 800-477-1227/410-381-1227
info@shimadzu-biotech.net

England
Shimadzu Biotech
Wharfside
Trafford Wharf Road
Manchester
M17 1GP
England
Tel +44 161 888 4414
Fax +44 161 888 4402
MALDI
chris.sutton@kratos.co.uk
LCMS
nl@shimadzu.de

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