Collection: Chemiluminescence Imagers

A chemiluminescence imager is a sophisticated laboratory device designed to detect and capture the light emitted during chemiluminescent reactions, which occur when specific chemical reactions produce light without an external light source. Utilizing highly sensitive cameras, often CCD or CMOS-based, these imagers can capture high-resolution images of even the faintest light emissions, making them invaluable for applications such as Western blotting, ELISA, nucleic acid detection, and reporter gene assays. By quantifying the intensity of the emitted light, chemiluminescence imagers provide precise and sensitive measurements of target molecules, facilitating detailed analysis in molecular biology, biochemistry, and medical research.