$299 Transilluminator for SYBR Safe Gels
SYBR Green and GelGreen too! Shown: Electrophoresis gel, 1 ug Invitrogen Ladder stained with SYBR Safe with Pearl Blue Light Transilluminator
Get rid of ethidium bromide and your UV transilluminator. The Pearl Blue Light Transilluminator gives you clear bands with blue dyes like SYBR Safe and GelGreen. You can visualize gels on your lab bench or in your gel doc.
It's designed to fit underneath most gel electrophoresis boxes so you can visualize your DNA as it runs. At about 4" square, it fits in your gel documentation system too!
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You can download a Blue LED Transilluminator factsheet here.
|Light source||64 LED array, Blue LEDs 468 nm|
|Illuminator dimensions||4.25" x 4.25" x 0.69" (11 x 11 x 1.75 cm)|
|Filter dimension||4" x 4" (10 x 10 cm)|
|Power Supply||5-Volt US 110V.
Internationally with adapter
|DNA Stain||SYBR Safe, SYBR Green I, GelGreen, GRSafe.|
Some customers use it with EtBr, though it is not designed for use with Ethidium Bromide
|Usage||After gel electrophoresis, or under gel electrophoresis box during run|
Do you dream of engineering biofuels and exploring your genome? So do we.
We make new tools for our work, not square pegs cut to fit round holes. At Pearl Biotech, we make bioengineering accessible by designing cool, smart equipment for the modern genetic explorer.
We get inspired by open access projects such as OpenWetWare and open hardware projects like the Arduino and Raspberry Pi. In fact, the original discussions for the Open Gel Electrophoresis Box project began on OpenWetWare. Of course, we wouldn’t be here without standing on the shoulders of giants.
The design of the Open Gel Electrophoresis Box and the Pearl Blue LED Transilluminator are a culmination of mind storming sessions, trial-and-errors, discussions with Kay Aull, Jonathan Cline, Mac Cowell, John Cumbers, Jim Hardy, Tito Jankowski, Michael Katsevman, Tom Knight, Meredith Patterson, Norman Wang, and many others who actively participated on the DIYBio Google Groups forum and gave their thoughts through the Open Gel Box 2.0 RFC.
Pearl Biotech is located in San Francisco, California.