Totallab 1D Gel and Essential Lab Image Analysis Tools

1D Gel & Essential Lab Image Analysis Tools

Analyse your common laboratory image data and report results with one simple piece of software.

• Easy to install and simple to use

• Protein, DNA and RNA analysis

• 1D gels, Western blot, Arrays and Colony counting

• Free generic image analysis toolbox

2D Gel Image

Easy-to-use objective analysis of 2D gel electrophoresis images with results that you can report with confidence.

• Differential protein expression analysis proven to generate reproducible results

• Compare 2D gel and Western blots and report coverage

• Free tools to check your 2D gel running and imaging

Support & Resources For Your Software

Get the most from your software with our expert help and on-line resources.

• Expert help to install the software and evaluate your own images

• Technical support from our  software development team

• Coverwise support contracts for ongoing support and upgrades

All common image formats can be analysed from all the  common scanners.

Analyse colorimetric, fluorometric and DIGE images in one easy to use workflow.

On-line resources and technical support from the people creating your software. 


  • Core Laboratory Image Quantification Software (CLIQS)
  • Molecular and biochemical analysis
  • Protein expression and characterisation
  • Functional genomics
  • Microbial colony counting
  • 1D-SDS PAGE, Western blot, Arrays


  • Complex 1D gel band pattern matching
  • Microbial strain analysis, ecotoxicology and evolutionary biology
  • Supports 1D-SDS PAGE, DGGE, RFLP or PFGE


  • Differential protein expression analysis
  • Small and large scale proteomics projects
  • Protein characterisation
  • Supports all common protein stains and image formats


  • Compare 2D gels with Western blots
  • Report relative coverage
  • Biologic characterisation
  • HCP antibody and impurity profiling
  • Bioprocess development, quality assessment
  • Compatible with images  from all the common scanners

Over 25 years’ supporting your research