The Bioanalyzer utilizes 'Lab-on-a-Chip'
technology to integrate sample preparation, fluid handling, separation,
detection, and data analysis. Providing researchers with standardized
methods and enhanced reproducibility. Each chip contains an interconnected
set of gel-filled channels that allow for molecular sieving of nucleic
acid and protein samples.
Quick and Easy Operation
*Simple chip preparation requires less than 20 minutes set-up time.
*Ready to use reagent kits.
*Only 1ul of sample required
*Only 30 minutes to run and analyze 11-12 samples.
*Data is displayed as a gel-image or electropherogram
*Automatically calculates fragment size, concentration, ribosomal RNA
*High detection sensitivity. More sensitive than a polyacrylamide gel
stained with EtBr or SYBR Gold.
*Built in quality control with custom array ladders.
THIS INSTRUMENT IS AVAILABLE
TO ALL UW-MADISON RESEARCHERS
The Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer is available for independent access once users have been satisfactorily trained by lab personnel. The cost of training cost is $95/hour, and a training generally takes 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Please contact the GEC to schedule training.
Price includes the Agilent Chip, consumables, reagents and RNA ladder.
Gene Expression Center Agilent Scheduling and Use policy
Interested users may buy their own kits and pay a $10.00 instrument access fee.
For more information visit the
Agilent web site.
Or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org