Optimizing chemiluminescence and fluorescence imaging
Extend dynamic range and avoid saturation with SNOW detection
contributed by Cytiva |
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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