A clear vision for digital imaging
Synoptics Ltd designs and manufactures scientific instruments based on digital imaging for the life science research, microbiology and healthcare markets.
Synoptics is focused on the application of digital imaging technology through its divisions:
Western blot is one of the most reliable methods to characterize protein expression. Using straightforward protocols and relatively inexpensive reagents, it provides a semi-quantitative visual assessment of even low-abundance targets. This is achieved through partial protein purification according to size, prior to highly specific antibody-based detection of the target of interest. Western blot has been [...]
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NEW AutoCOL, the First Fully Automated Walk-Away Colony Counting System from Synbiosis Premiers on Booth 4630 at ASM in San Francisco
Synbiosis is delighted to announce its new AutoCOL fully automated colony counting system will be on show for the first time at Booth 4630, ASM Microbe 2019, on 21-23 June. The integrated system allows microbiologists to load plates and count colonies on up to 100 plates in 30 minutes and is ideal for improving throughput [...]
After acquisition by Synoptics, Ionscope will continue to work with Phd Biotech to provide the Scanning Ion Conductance Microscope to customers in China. Phd Biotech is a company based in Shanghai, focusing on biotechnology instrument sales, and has experience of servicing and supporting SICM customers in China for 10 years. It is the exclusive distributor [...]
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Dr. Rositsa Ivanova and colleagues in Dr. Guy Moss’s group in University of College London recently published a new paper on ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, which is about using nanopipette on SICM as a toolbox to measure the airway surface liquid (ASL) and epithelial cell function in many different ways that were only possible [...]
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