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13 06, 2019

Synoptics expands its imaging expertise with integration of Ionscope to provide world-leading Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy technology

2019-06-13T10:48:15+01:00June 13th, 2019|

Synoptics, a well-established, global leader in the development and manufacture of innovative digital imaging systems for scientific applications, is delighted to announce the expansion of the Division with the integration of Ionscope, a world-leading Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy (SICM) company. Ionscope’s technology and staff have now been successfully transferred to the Synoptics site in Cambridge, [...]

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22 05, 2019

Western blot tools and techniques evolving rapidly

2019-05-22T08:30:57+01:00May 22nd, 2019|

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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16 05, 2019

NEW AutoCOL, the First Fully Automated Walk-Away Colony Counting System from Synbiosis Premiers on Booth 4630 at ASM in San Francisco

2019-05-16T15:01:18+01:00May 16th, 2019|

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 [...]

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1 05, 2019

Continuous support from Ionscope and Phd Biotech for SICM customers in China

2019-05-01T10:17:02+01:00May 1st, 2019|

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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1 05, 2019

SICM as a toolbox for airway surface liquid measurement

2019-05-01T08:58:20+01:00May 1st, 2019|

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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2 04, 2019

Anglia Ruskin University successfully uses Syngene imaging system for teaching applications and to study proteins implicated in diseases

2019-04-02T14:38:30+01:00April 2nd, 2019|

Syngene today announced its G:BOX Chemi XRQ multi-application imager is being utilised at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK as both a teaching tool and as part of research to analyse genes and proteins associated with diseases. The G:BOX Chemi XRQ multi-application imager at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge is so flexible that it is being [...]

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1 04, 2019

Top UK University is successfully using Syngene imaging system to rapidly study proteins, DNA and cells associated with breast cancer

2019-04-01T14:16:50+01:00April 1st, 2019|

Syngene, a world-leading manufacturer of image analysis solutions, today announced its G:BOX Chemi XX6 multi-application imager is being utilised by scientists at a major London university to speed up analysis of proteins, DNA and cells associated with breast and a range of other cancer types. Scientists at the university are using a G:BOX Chemi XX6 [...]

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