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BioDrop Ltd. has launched its line of microvolume spectroscopy systems in the US market. The BioDrop Cuvette and BioDrop UV/VIS spectrophotometers are for use in life sciences laboratories.

The spectrophotometers are available in a variety of configurations. BioDrop µLite offers a built-in sampling port for quick and accurate measurements down to a 0.5-µL sample volume. With no moving parts, the technology delivers path length and measurement accuracy. BioDrop Duo combines the sampling port with a 10-mm cuvette holder for UV/VIS spectrophotometry and is optimized for use with the BioDrop Cuvette. BioDrop Touch features a standard cuvette holder and is compatible with the BioDrop Cuvette using an integrated magnetic pipetting station.

The instruments are available in stand-alone — with software controlled via a large, high-resolution color touch-screen — and PC-controlled versions. BioDrop Resolution Life Science PC software is supplied as standard. USB connectivity offers easy PC connection and export of data.

BioDrop Cuvette is a robust method for microvolume measurement of DNA, RNA and proteins. Its design guarantees that the path length is accurate to within a few microns. The simple optical layout provides high energy transmission, ensuring accurate measurements over a wide dynamic range

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Photonics Spectra
Dec 2012
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