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  • AB Sciex 4800 MALDI TOF/TOF Analyzer ( Mass spectrometer )

    "The 4800 Plus MALDI TOF/TOFTM Analyzer is the next generation of tandem time-of-flight mass spectrometer systems, providing the highest level of protein coverage, throughput, and confidence in quantitative proteomic analysis."

  • Bio-Rad Molecular imager VersaDoc MP 4000 ( Gel imaging system )

    "The VersaDoc MP 4000 system is an ideal imager for proteomic studies, offering maximum flexibility with the ability to image colorimetric and fluorescently stained gels and blots to detect chemiluminescent and other low-light and multiplex or multifluorescent samples. It resolves the finest details of every band or spot. Features include: 3.2 megapixel CCD with 53 µm resolution, accurate and quantifiable collection of data with a CV ≤5%, identification of differences in protein expression using optional PDQuest™ 2-D analysis software"

  • Bio-Rad PMI phosphorimager ( Phosphorimager )

    "The Personal Molecular Imager™ system is the most flexible isotope imaging and laser scanning system available, offering radioisotopic imaging using your choice of storage phosphor screen. The PMI™ system accommodates both large (35 x 43 cm) and small (20 x 25 cm) storage phosphor screens, as well as a wide range of storage phosphor screen types for the quantitation and imaging of 32P, 33P, 35S, 14C, and 3H. It supports the use of Kodak (BaFBr:Eu) screens, which can be used with standard autoradiography cassettes. The system is also compatible with screens from other suppliers."

  • Bio-Rad PROTEAN IEF cell isoelectric focusing system ( Isoelectric focusing device )

  • Leap Tech TM-sprayer ( Spray dryer )

  • Shimadzu AccuSpot NSM-1 ( High performance liquid chromatography instrument )

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