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 read the Training Info and Training Form prior to training. To schedule training, please contact the GEC with the completed Training Form.
Agilent Training Form_v3.1
Agilent Training Info
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