Minimal Space Requirement
DNA Synthesizer 12 Column – The compact design 41 x 43 x 40 cm (LxDxH) means that a small area only is required.
- 20 % higher flow-rate
- modified drive system for high flow-rate
- 8 Amidite positions
- 3 additional inlets for reagents
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Overview & Features
Overview & Features
Minimal reagent consumption
- Extremely economical in reagent consumption due to the patented Slider Block of low dead volume (ca. 3 µl).
- In the fast program: only 0.6 ml total solvent consumption per coupling
- In the high-quality program: only 1.1 ml total solvent consumption per coupling
- Measurement of reagent addition is by integrated metering pump
- Variable flow rates and times in each individual program step
No expensive pre-packed columns necessary
- Costly consumables such as pre-packed columns become unnecessary as the reaction vessels are integrated in the Slider Block system
- The CPG materials are directly fed into the column slider.
Wide synthesis range
- From 10 nmole – 1 µmole per column.
- From 1 µmole – 5 µmole with separate slider
Short synthesis times
- 12 couplings in 6 minutes – 12 oligo-syntheses in one run (12-Column DNA Synthesizer).
- 20-unit Poly-T in 1h 45 min using the fast program and up to 2 h 55 min using the high-quality program.
High degree of user-friendliness and ease of maintenance
- No valve replacement required.
- Maintenance-free due to patented Slider Block system.
- Service and maintenance contracts unnecessary.
Direct data transfer from PC
- The 12-Column DNA Synthesizer can be operated as a stand-alone instrument or with various software suites via PC.
- Direct transfer of sequences from your database to the synthesizer is
Flexible, user-oriented software
- Various software suites are available
DMT system for reliable process monitoring
- Each individual column can be monitored by DMT; the entire synthesis process is thus constantly under review. If the minimum required absorption is not achieved, a warning signal is given; alternatively,
the process can be stopped.