Gallery and Gallery Plus Enzyme Master


Gallery and Gallery Plus Enzyme Master

Meet the Thermo Scientific™ Gallery™ Enzyme Master enzyme analyzer and Gallery™ Plus Enzyme Master enzyme analyzer, the first automated enzyme analyzers designed specifically for enzyme assay applications. Combining robust hardware and new custom designed software, these best-in-class solutions deliver fully-automated incubation settings, reagent additions, and precise measurement calculations—all with a touch of a button. They offer the smartest (and fastest) way yet to streamline method development and deliver reliable results from enzyme assay analysis.


Enzyme analysis at-a-glance

Depending on the type of enzymes and their sensitivity, many different analytical methods are used. Most enzyme assays are based on spectroscopic techniques, with the two most commonly used being absorption and fluorescence. The spectrophotometric assay is a classic enzyme test and still remains as the most widely used assay for the low cost and robust reproducibility. During a spectrophotometric assay, the operator follows the course of an enzyme reaction by measuring the changes in the intensity of the light absorbed or scattered by the reaction solution. Measuring enzyme activity is a precise job and can be influenced by many variables. 

Results accuracy is highly dependent on temperature stability. Just one degree temperature change can lead to a 4–8% variation in enzyme activity. For consistent and reproducible results, an enzyme assay should be carried out in well-defined conditions that can be duplicated in other laboratories. The variables like, pH and buffer type, ionic strength, and temperature must be strictly controlled. Fixing the other variable will allow correlating the change in measuring parameter and absorbance directly to the enzyme assay for enzyme activity. Sample, buffer and substrate addition in a specific sequence and time interval are critical for enzyme assay.

The Thermo Scientific™ Gallery™ Enzyme Master Enzyme Analyzers offer a wide incubation temperature range from 25 to 60 °C expanding the application possibilities and automates the enzyme assay workflow. All the substrate additions and measurements are done in disposable low volume cuvettes allowing the system to perform real time kinetic measurement. Superior temperature control and lack of edge effects assures confidence in results. Wide wavelength coverage from 340 to 880 nm with optional additional filters enhances the enzyme assay applications. 

A better way: automate your assay analysis

The Gallery Enzyme Master enzyme analyzer automates the critical steps involved in reliable enzyme analysis, including incubation time, incubation temperature, and precision liquid handling. It can efficiently manage many different enzymes and measuring conditions—all in a single instrument that offers consistent and reliable performance.The enzyme specific method parameter makes method transfer easy from R&D to quality control. Reliable enzyme assay development is critical and the automated enzyme analyzers simplify the overall method development and results reliability.

Fully-automated enzyme analyzer versus spectrophotometer

The Gallery Enzyme Master system is a fully-integrated walkaway solution. The testing workflow is easy to learn and can be left unattended, which improves throughput, system uptime, and staff productivity. Thanks to dedicated software, enzyme workflows are incredibly simple with practically no change over time from one method to another.


Automated, multi-parameter analysis—full speed ahead

What is the Gallery Discrete analyzer system?

Gallery and Gallery Plus discrete analyzers automate manual wet chemistry methods, photometric (colorimetric and enzymatic), and electrochemical (pH and conductivity) analysis, mimicking the operation of lab chemists, to provide fast, reproducible results in a compact, benchtop design. The discrete cell technology allows laboratories to measure multiple analytes simultaneously while reducing total analysis and operator time. Gallery discrete analyzer, with miniaturized components and unique low-volume cuvette design, accommodates small reagent volumes, minimizes reagent waste, and as a result, reduces analysis cost.

Why automated discrete analyzer?

In the past, to measure some process critical parameters and ensure quality control, laboratories typically defaulted to one of two traditional wet chemistry methods—flow injection analysis or segmented flow analysis. Unfortunately, both methods are labor intensive, deliver low throughput, consume a lot of reagent, contributing to more waste, and require highly skilled labor. There’s a better way. Gallery and Gallery Plus discrete analyzers provide reliable analyses for multiple parameters—like bitterness, NOPA, Free and total SO2 content—all from a single sample. Your staff can enjoy higher throughput, automated workflow and walk away productivity, which drives positive results in your lab. Whether measuring a few parameters on many samples or a large number of parameters on a few samples, Gallery discrete analyzer is the answer for improved response time and high throughput.

Migrate from Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) or Segmented Flow Analysis (SFA)

If your lab still relies on traditional flow injection analysis or segmented flow analysis, the benefits of high throughput, multiparameter analysis are within reach. With Gallery and Gallery Plus discrete analyzers, you can put the power of technology to work for you—helping you deliver more results in less time. Plus, our technical consultants can optimize your methods from FIA to the Gallery platform to ensure complete success. Gallery discrete analyzers deliver reliable analyses for multiple parameters, within a single instrument requiring only one technician.

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