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Optimizing chemiluminescence and fluorescence imaging

The fine balance of photon collection in image capture

The art of capturing biomolecular images is, at its heart, about harvesting photons. Collecting more photons from a sample results in sharper images and detection of faint protein bands which otherwise could have been missed. More photons also leads to a greater signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio and increased quantitation confidence.

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