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Fluorescence detection

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Starna Cells Inc. has introduced the Type 19FL ultramicro volume fluorescence lens cell for UV and visible spectrofluorometric analysis of 5-μl samples or less. Although the device is 5% less sensitive than a conventional 10-mm path length cell, dilution is generally unnecessary, which, according to the company, compensates for this quality while minimizing reagent costs. It uses far-UV nonfluorescence quartz and can be supplied with a Z height of 8.5, 15 or 20 mm, to make loading and flushing simple with minimal dead volume. The lens cell is suitable for molecular biology, proteomics and forensics applications.

Apr 2009

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