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Light the way forward.

For as long as we can remember, light has been about what we can see with it. But as biotech and synthetic chemistry become more mature, we’re asking new questions about light. What can we do with it? What can we make with it? Photocatalysis opens up whole new classes of scientific synthesis and discovery, but getting the experimental conditions just right is no easy task, especially when there are living cells involved. That’s where we come in.

Biophotoreactor Features

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Flexible Experimental Conditions

EA’s BPR200 allows the use of light to catalyze chemical reactions in living and non-living systems.

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Low-heat Technology

The design of the device incorporates a proprietary high efficiency heat sink that’s unique to EA. This ensures a consistent photoredox environment for all your experiments.

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Compatible with Living Cells

Our experience designing energy-efficient light solutions has allowed us to create a device that can perform photocatalytic chemistry on most living cells. The low-heat, low-energy design allows living cells to survive and thrive during photoredox reactions.

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Multiple Chipsets

No need to have multiple photoreactors to perform experiments using different wavelengths of light. Interchangeable chipsets allow you to catalyze reactions using 555nm green light or 660nm red light.

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Covalent Labeling of Biomolecules

The BPR200 allows for the covalent labeling of a wide variety of biomolecules, including nucleic acids and proteins. And the capacity of up to 24 Eppendorf tubes ensures a high throughput for your experiments.

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Support for Multiplex Photoredox Reactions

In our design of the BPR200, we emphasized the ability to perform many reactions in parallel. The 24-vial capacity ensures that you get the most from your experimental runs.

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