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High Throughput Sample Clean-up

Published: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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Porvair’s Microlute™ SPE sample preparation system provides faster, trouble-free alternative to cartridges.

The Microlute™ SPE sample preparation system from Porvair Sciences provides a faster, trouble-free alternative to cartridges for high throughput sample clean-up.

Handling samples as small as 150ul the Microlute™ SPE sample preparation system helps users increase their assay sensitivity by providing pre-injection clean-up and concentration users can trust.

As a complete package, including filter plate, collection plate, waste tray and manifold, the Microlute™ SPE sample preparation system offers all the advantages of automated and high throughput SPE sample preparation in a convenient microplate format capable of rapidly processing 96 samples in one go repeatedly and precisely.

Constructed from a single piece of moulded ultra pure polypropylene, the Microlute™ plate will not bend or distort because individual SPE cartridges do not have to be repeatedly plugged in and out.

Using a proprietary sorbent slurry loading technique, Porvair has eliminated the channelling effects that often limit the performance of dry powder loaded SPE columns.

Each well on a Microlute™ plate has an individual drain spout ensuring 100% sample transfer and zero crossover contamination.

To recover dried or concentrated sample the Microlute™ SPE sample preparation system may be coupled to a Porvair MiniVap sample concentrator.

Microlute plates are available with a choice of sorbent and filter, and sample collection plates in a selection of well volumes (350 ul, 1ml or 2ml), to optimally match users sample clean-up requirements.


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