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C6 Flow Cytometer System from Accuri Cytometers, Inc.

Description:... Unparalleled dynamic range of 6 decades obviates the need for adjustable gain or voltage settings on the detectors. No gain settings mean it is possible to collect data quickly and analyze later ...
Company:Accuri Cytometers, Inc.

Hum Bug Noise Eliminator from AutoMate Scientific, Inc

Description:... filtering. Ideal for electrophysiology applications like EKG, EMG, and EEGs. Removes 50/60hz noise and harmonics caused by grounding problems, high gain amps, audio equipment, ....
Company:AutoMate Scientific, Inc

The DNAscope IV & V from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description:... Upgradeable to include 3 additional laser light sources. Up to 10 different emission filters can be provided. 16 bit dynamic range, with gain and offset control. Includes control module (computer), monitor, and software Applications: Gene Expression Analysis, SNP detection, Food ...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

The DNAscope LM from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description:... source. Up to 10 different emission filters can be provided. 16 bit dynamic range, optimize useful dynamic range with calibration feature and gain control. Applications: Gene Expression Analysis, SNP detection, Food Inspection & Environmental Testing, Teaching ...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

LUMIstar OPTIMA Microplate Reader from BMG LABTECH

Description:... Enzyme activity assays Nucleic acid detection (PCR Quantification) BMG LABTECHs Digital Photon Integration (DPI) technology and the programmable gain control give the LUMIstar OPTIMA the best sensitivity, with extended linear dynamic range. By incorporating on-board reagent injectors, flash kinetic ...
Company:BMG LABTECH

Open Frame DNAscope from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description:... light sources. Up to 6 different emission filters can be provided. 16 bit dynamic range, optimize useful dynamic range with calibration feature and gain control. Applications: Gels, Microarrays, Cartridges, (Genomics and Proteomics), Materials ....
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

DNAscope AT from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description:... light source. Up to 8 different emission filters can be provided. 16 bit dynamic range, optimize useful dynamic range with calibration feature and gain control. Applications: Genotyping, SNP analysis, Diagnostics, Pathogen ....
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.
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