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Swift Analytical to Exhibit the DeNovix DS-11 during the ELRIG Drug Discovery 2014 Meeting

Published: Thursday, August 28, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, August 28, 2014
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Swift Analytical will be exhibiting the ground breaking DeNovix DS-11 microvolume spectrophotometer during the ELRIG Drug Discovery Meeting in the Innovation Zone, booth number IZ16.

The UK’s leading free –to-attend meeting focusing on cutting edge technologies and research in Drug Discovery will be held at Manchester Central Exhibition Centre During 2nd and 3rd September 2014. In addition, Swift Analytical will be discussing how the unique SmartPath® technology and proprietary algorithms of the DS-11 overcome some of the current limitations of microvolume spectrophotometers during the Engineered Proteins vendor snapshot between 12pm and 12.30pm on Wednesday 3rd September. Swift will also be presenting a poster highlighting unique applications for protein as well as nucleic acid quantification and characterization during the poster sessions.   

The patent pending DS-11’s compact, stand-alone design allows it to operate without a PC and does not require any software installation. The DS-11 rapidly quantifies 0.5 – 1.0 ul samples of nucleic acids and proteins. The instrument’s SmartPath® Technology enables real time pathlength adjustment to give optimized results. The adjustable pathlength outperforms its nearest rivals by enabling accurate determination of the broadest concentration range. High concentration samples no longer require dilution and are ideal for use in the most demanding of protein production environments.

All devices have pre-installed EasyApps® for quantification of DNA, ssDNA, RNA, purified proteins, labeled proteins, and other spectrophotometric measurements. The DS-11 includes WiFi, USB, and Ethernet connectivity, allowing users to easily export data via email, a USB drive, or network printers. A DS-11+ is available for both microvolume and cuvette modes. Both instruments are available in a choice of three colours.


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