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Biotage® EVOLUTE® EXPRESS 96-Well Plates

Published: Monday, September 17, 2012
Last Updated: Monday, September 17, 2012
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Biotage® introduces EVOLUTE® EXPRESS, a novel family of 96-well plates that simplify polymer-based SPE by employing a streamlined 3-step protocol; Load-Wash-Elute.

This novel approach removes the conditioning and equilibration steps that are necessary with traditional bio-analytical SPE procedures. Dramatically reducing the processing and method development times without loss of analyte recovery or method robustness.

The EVOLUTE® EXPRESS design provides a uniform flow in the processing of aqueous samples and eliminates the need to re-run samples due to well-clogging. This clear flow technology makes EVOLUTE® EXPRESS particularly efficient and effective when used with SPE automated systems whilst adding a distinct advantage by allowing consistent, rapid and reliable manual processing of the plates.

“Biotage has built a reputation for offering products that simplify Sample Preparation, promoting high throughput and reliability. This new product addresses a real concern for many analysts who have to re-run samples due to well-clogging and sample variability. The minimal 3-step approach of Load-Wash-Elute will considerably improve the way SPE is performed and offer significant time savings for all bio-analysis labs” says Gavin Jones, Sample Preparation Product Manager, Biotage.

EVOLUTE® EXPRESS 96-well plates are packed with polymer-based EVOLUTE® chemistries (ABN, CX, WCX, AX and WAX) to address most application needs, and a new sorbent selection plate for screening and method development has been added. 


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