NanoVue Plus spectrophotometer is an easy-to-use and reliable instrument for the measurement of nucleic acid and protein samples. Samples of 0.5 μl to 5 μl can be pipetted directly onto the gold-colored sample plate for measurement, and then simply recovered using a pipette. If sample recovery is not required, the sample plate can be quickly and easily wiped clean.
UV/Visible spectrophotometer for quick and accurate quantitation of nucleic acids and protein samples.
Convenient, drop and read sample plate eliminates the need for cuvettes and capillaries.
Gold-colored sample plate enhances compatibility with the wide range of chemicals and sample types used in today's busy laboratories.
Accurately assays low volumes of 0.5 to 5 μl, conserving precious samples.
Hydrophobic coating reduces sample carry over and allows for excellent sample recovery.
Predefined methods for nucleic acid quantitation, including concentration and purity.
Predefined methods for protein quantitation, including direct UV, Bradford, BCA, Biuret, and Lowry, with capability to run up to 27 standards.
No PC: Large, high-resolution graphical. display enables a quick read of relevant results. Calibration. curves, kinetics or ratio measurements are all displayed at. the touch of a button.
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