Shimadzu Scientific Instrument’s BioSpec-nano is a dedicated spectrophotometer for the quantitation of nucleic acids. Life Science researchers can conserve precious samples and obtain accurate and reproducible results made possible by an automated precision drive mechanism.
The BioSpec-nano only requires 1 ?L (path length: 0.2 mm) or 2 ?L (path length: 0.7 mm) of sample, which is pipetted onto the measurement plate. For ultra-small sample volumes no standard rectangular cell is needed, although for applications that are not volume-limited, an optional rectangular cell adapter is available, according to Shimadzu.
Dedicated software allows simple and quick operation of the BioSpec-nano. The start, exchange wiper, list, detail, save CSV/PDF, and display PDF operations are displayed on the toolbar according to the user’s procedure and available with the click of a button.
The BioSpec-nano can be used for research in genomics, molecular biology, agriculture, medical science, and food quality.
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