Manjul Shah

Applications Scientist, Teledyne Princeton Instruments

Manjul Shah is applications scientist at Teledyne Princeton Instruments (Trenton, NJ).

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Research

LOW-LIGHT IMAGING: Scientific InGaAs FPA cameras heighten sensitivity for NIR imaging

June 1, 2012
With their high quantum efficiency and sensitivity in the important near- and shortwave infrared range, deep-cooled, large-format InGaAs focal-plane-array cameras have many applications...
FIGURE 1. Treated and untreated cell populations can be labeled with differing fluorophores and then compared via two-dimensional gel electrophoresis to gauge the treatment's effect on protein charge (isoelectric point) and mass (relative molecular weight).
FIGURE 1. Treated and untreated cell populations can be labeled with differing fluorophores and then compared via two-dimensional gel electrophoresis to gauge the treatment's effect on protein charge (isoelectric point) and mass (relative molecular weight).
FIGURE 1. Treated and untreated cell populations can be labeled with differing fluorophores and then compared via two-dimensional gel electrophoresis to gauge the treatment's effect on protein charge (isoelectric point) and mass (relative molecular weight).
FIGURE 1. Treated and untreated cell populations can be labeled with differing fluorophores and then compared via two-dimensional gel electrophoresis to gauge the treatment's effect on protein charge (isoelectric point) and mass (relative molecular weight).
FIGURE 1. Treated and untreated cell populations can be labeled with differing fluorophores and then compared via two-dimensional gel electrophoresis to gauge the treatment's effect on protein charge (isoelectric point) and mass (relative molecular weight).
Detectors & Imaging

CCD cameras provide a better view for proteomics

Nov. 1, 2003
Digital imaging systems are evolving to satisfy the diverse protocols of proteomics and help define new ones.