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NanoVue Plus Spectrophotometer

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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.

Product NanoVue Plus Spectrophotometer
Company GE Healthcare Life Sciences
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GE Healthcare Life Sciences
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