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Portable Real-Time PCR System

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Gentier Mini Portable Real-Time PCR System


1.Thoughtful design

Compact size, 3.2kg, hand-held, easy to carry;

7-inch high-definition LCD capacitive touch screen, for your smooth operating experience;

Patented design, no need for fluorescent calibration after moving;

Instant power failure protection, seamless automatic recovery of the operation, no fear of unexpected situations.;


2.High-efficiency testing

16-well dual-color fluorescence scanning within 1 second, to fight for your results against time;

Independent temperature control module, supporting touchdown PCR, long-range PCR, qualitative and quantitative, melting curve, SNP site analysis, etc;

The software analysis function is powerful, to meet the diverse testing needs of customers in various fields;


3.Easy to operate

Special shortcut mode, preset programs for convenient and fast testing;

Various ways to stay online: Internet interface, USB, WiFi

It can directly analyze the data in the stand-alone state, and the results are printable immediately after connecting to the printer;

Various control modes including stand-alone, PC and tablet for the applications of multiple scenarios;



Designed for mobile, small laboratories or on-site testing, Gentier Mini can be widely applied in food safety, animal disease and infectious disease prevention and control, scientific research, environmental monitoring and other fields, especially animal disease detection;

Continue the excellent performance of the real-time PCR systems of the TIANLONG Intelligent Manufacturing Family, Gentier Mini playing an important role in animal disease detection and solve the problems of limited space and fragmented samples;