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Are you still using traditional spectrophotometry for nucleic acid quantification? BiOptic Launched Quantitative Cartridge kit

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Date:

2019 - 08 - 08

BiOptic Launched Quantitative Cartridge kit

 

Are you still using traditional spectrophotometry for nucleic acid quantification? Then take another hour to confirm the fragment size?

Did you get the concentration of the target fragment or did it contain other debris?

What should I do when the concentration is below 2ng/ul?

 

BiOptic Quantitative Cartridge Kits

Quantitative Standard Cartridge Kit (C105201-Q)

Quantitative High-Resolution Cartridge Kit (C105202-Q)

 

Highlights

Easy to Operation

Get Size and Concentration in 2 to 5 mins to

Maximum Sensitivity: picogram level

High Reproducibility: CV ≤15%

 

Nucleic acid quantification has always been a very important step in life science research. The traditional quantitative devices are based on the spectrophotometric analysis. In addition to the traditional cuvette spectrophotometer, the latest improved instruments are NanoDrop and Qubit. However, it can only provide the overall amount of nucleic acid and lack of sensitivity. In the third quarter of 2019, BiOptic launched a new quantitative kit (C105201-Q & C105202-Q), which can obtain single fragment content, total amount, the proportion of each fragment and size of each fragment at one time. Compared with traditional spectrophotometric analysis, the sensitivity of Qsep series is greatly increased by a thousand times to reach the "picogram" level.

 

The entire process is quite simple, just mix the reagent in the kit with the sample to be tested, the sample can be quantified and characterized by Q-Analyzer 3.0 software in 2 to 5 minutes.

 

The following are comparisons with other platforms:

 

For more information, please contact local dealer or email info@bioptic.com.tw