Microchip Electrophoresis System for DNA/RNA Analysis MCE™-202 MultiNA
This system is used to analyze the size of DNA/RNA samples, with convenientanalytical operability. It achieves analysis costs on par with agarose gel electrophoresis, and can perform fully automatic analyses of up to 108 samples. Using optimized reagent kits (four types for DNA analysis and one type for RNA analysis), the system achieves a high resolution and high sensitivity. It can significantly improve the workflow for mutation checks in genome editing, and genotype determination.
Simplifies Gel Electrophoresis Quick Setup, Great Results
- No gel creation required and automated analysis of up to 108 loaded samples.
- High repeatability of predicted size values.
- High-sensitivity detection without the use of ethidium bromide.
- Viewer allows parallel display of analysis data from different times and dates.
The combination of Shimadzu microchip technology and automated analysis technology enables analysis that is cheaper, faster, more sensitive and more accurate than agarose gel electrophoresis analysis.
Operation of the Microchip Electrophoresis System MCE®-202 MultiNA is completely different from that using manually-intensive agarose gel electrophoresis as well as the disposable microchip electrophoresis systems, taking full advantage of automated analysis features in the pursuit of ease of use.
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