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TrayCell - Photometric Micro Volume Analysis in the nanolitre range

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The TrayCell is a fibre-optic ultra-micro cell designed for the UV/Vis micro volume analysis of DNA/RNA and proteins.

The TrayCell is designed for measurements e.g. of DNA/RNA or protein samples and enables highly accurate analysis of extremely small samples with remarkable reproducibility. The dimensions of the TrayCell are equivalent to a standard cuvette in order to work in most spectrophotometers.

Typical applications of the TrayCell

  • Nucleic acid analysis
  • Determination of the incorporation frequency of fluorescent dye labels (FOI)
  • Protein analysis (A280, BCA, Lowry etc.)
  • All UV/Vis analysis utilizing the wavelength range of 190 to 1100 nm

Product TrayCell - Photometric Micro Volume Analysis in the nanolitre range
Company Hellma Analytics GmbH
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Hellma Analytics GmbH
P.O. Box 1163 79371 Müllheim Germany

Tel: +49(0) 7631/182-0
Fax: +49(0) 7631/182-1005
Email: info.analytics@hellma.com



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