Gel 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 Imaging Effects Your Quantitative Gel Analysis (hint: analysing 8-bit JPEG images won’t give you accurate results). It will save further questions around “is my analysis quantitative?” or “why aren’t all my spots detected?” How To Perform A Reproducible HCP Coverage Analysis 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 Image Integrity and Processing For Gel and Western blots 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. Videos Image Saturation It is important to avoid saturation effects. But how does image saturation effect a quantitative analysis? … (Watch 1min) Greyscale Why should you capture your images in greyscale… so a colour image, when imported to the software, will lose information and be converted in a way that may not be accurate for the image capture device used… (Watch 1min) Bit Depth Why should I aim to capture my images in a high bit depth? What is bit depth? The bit-depth of the image is important as it represents the number of available intensity levels that each pixel can take… (Watch 1min) By clicking “submit” I agree to the terms of service.