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Typhoon™ Laser-Scanner Platform

This document contains information about the Typhoon™ Laser-Scanner Platform, including its function, user manual, contact information, location, oversight plan, and training plan. The equipment on this page is typically available for all users in the UW–Madison Biochemistry Department to access for their research needs.

Typhoon™ Laser-Scanner Platform


Amersham Typhoon RGB/5


Typhoon™ supports multiple imaging modes including phosphor imaging, fluorescence red, green, blue, and NIR, OD) and samples types (imaging plates, gels, plates, tissue slides, membranes) — from narrow to very large samples.


3rd Floor Equipment Room, Hector F. DeLuca Biochemistry Labs (433 Babcock Dr)


Aaron Hoskins (


BMC will provide primary oversight of the equipment. The primary contact for maintenance will be Joe Oliva, and the primary faculty contact for use will be David Brow. Oversight from Biochemistry will occur through Aaron Hoskins.


Typhoon phosphorimagers are very robust and generally require little maintenance. Training can usually be accomplished in a single session on an as-needed basis by an experienced user (e.g., Joe Oliva or members of the Hoskins Lab).

Keywordsbioc biochem biochemistry amersham rgb rgb5 image images imaging phosphor fluorescent fluorescence red green blue nir od imaging plates plate gel gels tissue slide slides tissues membrane membranes narrow large sample samples phosphorimagers phosphorimager phosphorimage   Doc ID129562
OwnerMark E.GroupBiochemistry Equipment
Created2023-07-06 10:11:43Updated2023-08-03 08:58:22
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