Image Analysis Resources Library
A collection of educational articles and videos with the idea of sharing know-how, methods and tools with the scientific community.
How should I capture images for gel analysis? In a 2 minute video, we compare spot detection in a gel, captured at 8-bit and 16-bit.
Recommendations for when capturing your images, comparing low and high dynamic range
Explaining the single spot map and how it works in SpotMap. Using one single spot map for all images allows you to correctly identify matching spots and missing spots on the blot…
Accurate quantitation is an important part of your HCP analysis. In this video we show you how automatic spot outlines in SpotMap obtain an objective, accurate and quantitative analysis
If you are using Version Control or operating a 21 CFR Part 11 compliance laboratory and want to use electronic signatures there are certain protocols you must follow to declare that signatures used on records are legally binding equivalents to handwritten signatures.
If you are using Version Control or any other software to aid 21 CFR Part 11 and using electronic signatures, it is important that your electronic signatures are setup is correctly in order to comply with the FDA 21 CFR regulations.
If you are operating in a 21 CFR Part 11 compliance laboratory then setting up Windows security becomes a major component in setting up your system. Below are some key takeaways we think will help ensure you, the administrator setup your Windows security correctly.
The technical features of Version Control in regards to 21 CFR Part 11 (Subpart B – Electronic Records) and how these individual regulations can be satisfied to help your organisation comply with the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) 21 CFR 11 regulations.
When preparing a gel or blot image for use in scientific publications some adjustments to the image are considered appropriate.
However to avoid accidental image manipulation, we outline the image processing best practices for presenting images with integrity.
Good image analysis will maximize the output of your HCP coverage experiment.
Who is this for? Analytical, QA/QC, process, bioassay or biologic development researchers.
It will save further questions around “is my analysis quantitative?” or “why aren’t all my spots detected?”
(hint: analysing 8-bit JPEG images won’t give you accurate results).
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