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The Proteomeworks System

Description: The Proteomeworks system is an integrated set of tools and technologies that enables protein function discovery. Innovative new tools for sample preparation, 2-D electrophoresis, staining, imaging and image analysis, spot excision, automated protein digestion, mass spectrometry, and bioinformatics ...
Company:Bio-Rad Laboratories
Proteomeworks in Biological Technology

Sample Preparation Solutions for Cellular Protein Fractionation Poster, Rev A

... 2-D gel images were processed for analysis with PDQuest 2-D analysis software and spots of interest were cut from the gels using the proteomeworks spot cutter. Peptide mass fingerprint data was obtained from excised 2-D gel spots using the MassPREP station robotics system fo...

Imaging and Analysis of DIGE Product Information Sheet, Rev B

... Once the DIGE spots are matched to the SYPRO Ruby stained gel, proceed with isolation of the targeted Analysis Set spots using Bio-Rads proteomeworks Plus spot cutter. PDQuest software will direct automatic excision of the targeted proteins, track the excised spots through micr...
Proteomeworks in other areas

IET - Used Lab Equipment - Refurbished Analytical Laboratory Instruments

Buy & sell certified, refurbished-used lab equipment such as mass specs, NMR spectrometers, electron microscopes, ... ProteomeWorks is the alliance of Bio ...

The ProteomeWorks

The ProteomeWorks Plus spot cutter delivers great ... The ProteomeWorks system of integrated. hardware and software provides the ...

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ProteomeWorks Spot cutter with Fluorescent Enclosure Auction

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Bio-Rad ProteomeWorks Spot Cutter Spot Cutter

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