Spectropbotometric quantification of nano- and standard-volume samples

Reena Kartha, Fabienne Trotier, Andrea Kreuz, Andrea Huber

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The universal NanoPhotometer™ combines measurements of submicroliter sample volumes and standard sample volumes and provides high accuracy, robustness, and reliable and precise results. The main advantage of the system are simple sample handling for very low and standard volumes as well as high throughput rates due to very short measuring times. Based on the available methods for single- and multiple-wavelength and concentration measurements, full spectrum scans, standard curve determinations, as well as ratio calculations and even kinetics, users can create all types of customized applications for their individual needs. Another important application of the NanoPhotometer is the quantitative and qualitative analysis of fluorescent dye labeled samples. The NanoPhotometer will serve as a powerful tool in genomic or proteomic laboratories engaged in nucleic acid and protein-based research, microarray analysis, and the analysis of bacterial cell cultures.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)14-15
Number of pages2
JournalAmerican Laboratory
Issue number21
StatePublished - Nov 2007


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