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Mailing address:
Department of Cell Research and Immunology,
Tel-Aviv University,
Ramat Aviv, Tel-Aviv, 69978 Israel

Lab address:
Britannia Building, room 306

Phone:
Lab: +972-3-640-5064
Office: +972-3-640-6737

E-mail:
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SpectraMax M3 microplate & cuvette reader

SpectraMax M3 upgradable microplate & cuvette reader with Multi-Mode Spectrophotometer for UV/Vis absorbance, Fluorescence intensity, and Luminescence.         

Glycomics Microarray printer

Arrayit NanoPrint™ LM60 system is a super sophisticated robots based on advanced nanotechnology. This robot moves with 500 nanometer resolution and deliver sub-nanoliter sample volumes using high throughput, patented contact printing devices. In our lab, The NanoPrint creats glycan array for analyzing glycan binding specificity of lectins, antibodies, antisera, microorganisms, and suspected glycan-binding proteins (GBPs). 

Microarray Scanner

GenePix® 4000B Microarray Scanner with GenePix® ProMicroarray Image Analysis Software enables us to scan and analyze the Glycans Microarray slides.   .    

Chromaster HPLC

Chromaster HPLC system from Hitachi is used for Sialic Acid content analysis. Glycoconjugates can be analyzed by releasing the terminal Sialic acids from the underlying sugars with mild acid hydrolysis. Free Sialic Acids are further labeled with fluorescence DMB and the DMB-derivitized Sialic Acids are then analyzed on reverse-phase HPLC (DMB-HPLC).        

 

Dr. Vered Padler-Karavani | Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel | Lab: Britannia 306 | Phone: +972-3-640-5064, +972-3-640-6737 | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.