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Fujifilm LAS-3000 System Configured for Chemiluminescence from FUJIFILM Life Science

ProductsFujifilm LAS-3000 System Configured for Chemiluminescence from FUJIFILM Life Science
Company FUJIFILM Life Science
Item Fujifilm LAS-3000 System Configured for Chemiluminescence
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Description The Fujifilm Life Science LAS-3000 imaging system combines new CCD camera technology with a simplified user interface, providing significantly improved system sensitivity with a wide range of modularities. The system is especially dedicated to chemiluminescence applications, and the perfect standard system for Western blotting applications. Fuiji's LAS-3000 provides significantly improved system sensitivity for chemiluminescence, and digitization.

Glowell calibration standards validate that Fujis LAS-3000 is one of the industry's fastest and most sensitive imaging systems with a linear dynamic range over 4 orders of magnitude.

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YBLAS3000IDX4 LAS-3000 Intelligent Dark Box
YBLAS3000TREPI EPI Tray for LAS-3000

Info FUJIFILM  Life ScienceFUJIFILM Life Science
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Stamford, CT 06092
Customer Service: 866-902-3854
Web Site: http://www.fujifilmlifescienceusa.com
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