The DS-11 Series includes three methods for protein quantification- Protein A280, Colorimetrics and Fluorescence Quantification. The choice of method is based on a number of factors related to sample type and concentration. This technical note describes and compares these methods.
For any laboratory technique, applying best practices will ensure accurate and reproducible results. Understanding the potential sources of error for microvolume UV-Vis measurements helps to improve reproducibility of results.
The DS-11 Series includes three instruments with cuvette capability. Routine calibration is not required, however tools and reagents are available to validate performance to comply with lab or regulatory requirements.
The software for the DeNovix® DS-11 Series Spectrophotometer / Fluorometer instruments enables the printing of data and screen captures via network printers. This document provides a step-by-step guide to exporting from a DeNovix Android OS instrument to a network printer.
The University of Reading investigates a rare collection including specimens collected by Charles Darwin, Alfred Wallace and other noted entomologists. Dr. Alejandra Perotti discusses her research and how the absorbance and fluorescence quantification of the DeNovix DS-11 FX is helping them evaluate this historic collection.
Tubidity is a commonly used measurement to determine growth phase or cell number of microbial cell cultures. This technical note presents performance data for the DS-11 Series and explores the reasons for differences between instruments with different optical designs.
The DeNovix DS-11 Series Spectrophotometer / Fluorometer offer best-in-class limits of detection, the broadest dynamic range, intuitive ease of use and powerful networking features that are superior to the NanoDrop™ One. This note presents a comparison of features and side-by-side instrument performance