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Application Notes

 
Mitos P-Pump Droplet Monodispersity
Application Note

Dolomite

The unique pulseless pressure driven pumping technology of the Mitos P-Pump offers the best solution for droplet formation applications providing a coefficient of variation in the droplet diameter of less than 0.6%. A comparison of the size consistency of droplets formed by the Mitos P-Pump and a market leading syringe pump

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Parallel Droplet Generation
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Dolomite

This application note describes the performance of a reliable and versatile high throughput system which features Dolomite's innovative 6-Junction Droplet Chip with 6 individual flow-focussing junctions and is capable of consistently producing up to 600ml of emulsion over a 24-hour period as well as highly monodispersed droplets ranging from 20µm to 60µm in diameter.

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Mitos Dropix Droplet Generation System: Demonstration of Droplet-on-Demand Sequencing
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Dolomite

Mitos Dropix technology now introduces liquid sampling and processing over a very wide 10 nL – 50 µL volume range utilizing droplet technology. Droplet-on-demand sequencing and droplet library generation is demonstrated with the Mitos Dropix® Droplet Generation System in this application note.

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IntelliQube® Real-Time Quantitative PCR Performance
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Douglas Scientific

The IntelliQube performs at an industry leading level, facilitating outstanding qPCR results with Array Tape® and the added benefits of inline automation. Liquid handling, thermal cycling, and detection systems within the IntelliQube enables users to achieve efficient and economical high throughput sample processing in Array Tape without compromising important parameters of qPCR performance.

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Reduced-Bias Small RNA Library Preparation with Gel-Free or Low-Input Options
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Bioo Scientific

Changes in microRNA (miRNA) expression have been shown to be associated with a variety of normal physiological processes, as well as diseases including cancer. Studies have already shown that miRNAs may provide useful markers for the development of disease diagnostic and prognostic assays.

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Measurement of Dairy and Food Emulsions using Laser Diffraction
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Malvern Panalytical

The particle size of the fat droplets present in dairy and other food emulsions is important in defining properties such as flavor release, mouth feel and the emulsion stability.

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Understanding the production and perception of chocolate through particle size analysis
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Malvern Panalytical

Chocolate occupies a special place in the Western palate and one of its attractions is known to be due to its unique mouthfeel.

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Binding thermodynamics of substituted diaminopyrimidine renin inhibitors
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Malvern Panalytical

Analysis of data from the 1999-2002 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)* indicated that an estimated 65 million individuals in the United States have hypertension.

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Characterization of the FlexJet® with Multi-Array Dispense for Reduction of Chemistry Waste Due to Overage
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Douglas Scientific

This study demonstrates that the Nexar® with the FlexJet multi-array dispense feature can reduce master mix consumed as dead volume by 87.5% compared to Dispense Jet single-array dispense. The capability to perform multi-array dispense with one aspiration also produces repeatable and accurate results and is an ideal solution for genotyping applications.

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Multiplex Genotyping of Human Reference DNA Samples with Pharmacologically Important Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms using the IntelliQube® from Douglas Scientific
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Douglas Scientific

This study demonstrates the ability of the IntelliQube along with Array Tape®, to successfully achieve two multiplexed SNP genotyping results in a single well and decrease thermal cycling times without compromising data quality. The combination of achieving two results per reaction well and shortened cycling times dramatically increases overall throughput.

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