ENDURO™ GDS Touch Gel Documentation System

 ENDURO™ GDS Touch Gel Documentation System

Inspired Function and Operation
The ENDURO™ GDS Touch Gel Documentation System is the newest addition to our electrophoresis equipment line. This state-of-the-art imaging system designed for sophisticated needs but with a simple interface provides an incredible combination of performance and value. It is a perfect fit with the rapidly expanding ENDURO™ Electrophoresis and Labnet Molecular Biology.

High resolution, 5MP camera
No installation necessary – ready to go out of box!
Built in Epi-Blue light ideal for applications requiring 490nm light source.
System is pre-focused, for reduced steps to image capture
Small footprint
Integrated cabinet with tablet PC
Go Further in the Lab
Our Multi-Channel Autoclavable Pipettes make your Gel Electrophoresis documentation a quick, accurate, and efficient process and are built to provide reproducible results in the laboratory.

Click below to view a demonstration of the ENDURO GDS Touch Gel Documentation System.

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Touch Integration in the laboratory
The ENDURO® GDS Touch is an integrated system for DNA analysis and gel documentation. It is based on the GDS but incorporates an integrated tablet PC with a three position filter wheel with both EPI-Blue and EPI-White light sources standard. The market has shown a growing demand for being able to image DNA at higher wavelengths so as to prevent DNA nicking for downstream applications.

The powerful EPI-Blue light can discriminate bands stained with SYBR®Safe up to 3 levels of magnitude greater than imagers using blue light conversion screens. Just like the ENDURO GDS, there is no need to touch the camera. Installation and operation is simple and acquisition of image can be achieved in four touches of the tablet. The ENDURO GDS Touch is ideal for life science research labs who need a flexible system with a small footprint.

Designed to make separation by base pairs of proteins, as well as large and small DNA fragments an easy and accurate task whether using Agarose gel or sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel.