Perkin Elmer LabChip GX Touch

Never Run Another Gel

 

The LabChip® GX Touch Nucleic Acid Analyzer uses microfluidic technology to quantify and qualify samples from as little as 1µL input in as little as 30 seconds, produce gel images, RQS/RIN scores, and measure concentrations down to 2pg/µL all with a reusable chip.

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Cutting-edge technology

Perkin Elmer’s LabChip GX Touch is your solution to quantifying precious samples for sensitive applications. The microfluidics chip draws up as little as 1µL sample using a vacuum sipper. Within the chip, the sample is mixed with dye and marker.

Voltage is applied and a few picoliters of sample is size separated electrophoretically. A lazer measures the fluorescent dye and plots it on an electropherogram. The electropherogram can be translated into a simulated gel image or a table output format reporting band size and concentration. The resulting data is sufficient for NGS quality control or CRISPR/cloning fragment analysis, eliminating the need for agarose gels or spectrophotometers.

The best part is, unlike typical nucleic acid analyzers, the LabChip is washable and reusable.

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Actionable Benefits

  • HTP: 96 or 384 well plates
  • quantitation down to 0.5pg/µL
  • quantifies smears or peaks
  • 30s read time for DNA
  • 80s read time for RNA
  • DNA from 25bp-12kb
  • RNA from 100-6,000nt
  • Choice of data output: electropherogram, virtual gel, or data table 

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Application in high-throughput genome analysis

Hands-off analysis supports automated workflows