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Bio-Rad Introduces the GelDoc Go Imaging System

A personal benchtop system for imaging of gels and colorimetric blots

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Bio-Rad Introduces the GelDoc Go Imaging System

Bio-Rad's GelDoc Go Imaging System offers documentation of nucleic acid and protein gels, stain-free blots and gels, and colorimetric blots.

HERCULES, CA — Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: BIO and BIOb), a global leader of life science research and clinical diagnostic products, today announced the launch of its GelDoc Go Imaging System, a personal benchtop system for the documentation of nucleic acid and protein gels, stain-free blots and gels, and colorimetric blots.

The GelDoc Go Imaging System is the latest imaging system from the company’s GelDoc product line, offering sensitivity, performance, and reliability in a compact system. Its easy-to-use and intuitive software provides researchers a way generate images with just a few screen touches, saving time and providing results quickly.

"The GelDoc Go System is an easy-to-use and compact solution for gel documentation," said Paul Liu, Bio-Rad product manager, Western Blotting. "Using the system, researchers can generate publication-ready images quickly and reliably, and the system is backed by Bio-Rad’s service and support."

Key Benefits of the GelDoc Go Imaging System

  • Capture high resolution and publication-quality images at your bench
  • Easy-to-use and intuitive software allows users to generate images with just a few screen touches, saving time and providing results quickly
  • Offers intuitive software and user interface
  • Flexible imaging options include: full nucleic acid gels, protein gels, stain-free gels, or colorimetric blots
  • Pinch and zoom functionality help capture and print key areas of interest
  • Compact footprint conserves bench space
  • Users can image up to four mini-sized gels simultaneously with the system's large imaging area
  • IQ/OQ tools and software offer easy management of user accounts and permissions

Learn more about the GelDoc Go Imaging System.

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