Gel Scanning Facility Core
Director: José Romero
Location: 221 Longwood Avenue, EBRC-215, Boston
The Gel Scanning Core is a high performance gel and blot imager with the capability of microarray analysis. It offers three methods of detection: storage phosphor, fluorescence and chemiluminescence. This imager unites proven storage phosphor autoradiography technology with four-color, non-radioactive fluorescent labeling techniques. For DNA, RNA, and protein samples, choose from:
When one of the scanning modes is selected, the appropriate optical components are
The Typhoon™ 9410 Variable Mode Imager and PC workstations are available to any Principal Investigator in the Longwood Medical Area. Typhoon 9410 Workstation
Director: José Romero, Ph.D.
Location of Core:
The facility is located at 221 Longwood Avenue, EBRC-215, Boston.
Typhoon 9410 Workstation from GE Healthcare (Formerly Amersham Biosciences) - Universal gel, blot and microarray imager with blue excitation source with two PC workstations.
The Typhoon 9410 workstation is available to all Principal Investigators within the Longwood Medical Research Area. The scanning facility is self-serviced. We provide basic initial instruction on its use. The PC workstation has a CD writer and a ZIP250 MB disk drive for your use. The Typhoon is not networked to the Hospital or internet. The Typhoon 9410 imager:
system handles gel sandwiches, agarose and polyacrylamide gels, membranes,
Any Principal Investigator within the Longwood
Medical Area is welcome to use this Core
Upon receipt of your email request, you will be sent an application form. After receipt of this application form you will be provided with a personal Login and Password to access the Typhoon PC workstation in EBRC-215.