Now you can follow the separation of your DNA fragments „live“ in agarose gel electrophoresis.
The MUPID™ One LED Illuminator was developed especially for the MUPID™ electrophoresis system and allows the detection of DNA fragments during the run. The electrophoresis can be continued because the LED illuminator, as shown below, can replace the lid of the MUPID™ chamber.
The orange coloured filter protects you, so you can check the results without wearing goggles. The LED source inside the instrument produces light with a narrow emission peak at approximately 470 nm, effective for the excitation of nucleic acid stains such as Midori Green (Direct/ Advance) and SYBR dyes. The viewing area is coated in order to avoid the formation of moisture. The separated DNA is not damaged by the light emitted by LEDs, because it contains no short-wave UV light. Sensitivity is at 2 ng DNA. The MUPID™ One LED Illuminator is compatibe ONLY with the MUPID™ electrophoresis system.
|Size||166 x 170 x 51 mm|
|Viewing area||150 x 60 mm|
|LED wave lenght||470 nm|
|Compatible to||MUPID™ One, Mupid™ exU and Mupid™ ACE|
|Sensivity||~ 2 ng|
|MU2||MUPIDTM – One||MupidTM – One electrophoresis system with 1x gel chamber, 1x power controller, 1x gel casting set, 4x combs, 2x gel trays S, 1x gel tray L|
|MU4||MUPID™ One LED Illuminator||MUPID™ One LED Illuminator|
Accessories for the MUPID™ One
|GM-HR||Gel casting set large||1x MupidTM – One gel casting set, 2x combs, 4x gel trays S, 2x gel trays L|
|ON-MS||Gel casting set standard||1x MupidTM – One gel casting set, 4x combs, 2x gel trays S, 1x gel trays L|
|ON-GL||Large gel trays||2 gel trays L for the MupidTM – One electrophoresis system|
|ON-GS||Small gel trays||4 gel trays S for the MupidTM – One electrophoresis system|
|ON-SD||Gel casting stand||1 gel casting stand for the MupidTM – One electrophoresis system|
|ON-C1||Gel combs||2 combs for the MupidTM – One electrophoresis system|
We use the name Illuminator if the light source is coming from aside, whereas in a Transilluminator the light source comes from the bottom – normally signal intensity will be higher if you use a Transilluminator.