Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy
New On Demand Webinar Helps Maximise Your Nucleic Acid Workflow Accuracy
Aug 14 2018 Read 630 Times
Access this free on demand webinar anytime to discover more about this important life science application of spectrophotometry: nucleic acid analyses. Understand the key parameters used to determine the purity of DNA, RNA and Oligos and how the Beer-Lambert law is used to calculate concentration values, whilst learning about what UV/Vis practices you should be implementing in your lab in order to maximise measurement accuracy.
The quality of your results dependss on many different variables including: instrumentation, sample type, sample compartment, pipetting and the operator. Therefore, tips and tricks on how to mitigate these sources of error and refine your spectroscopic workflow are provided in this webinar to ensure that you obtain high quality measurements that you can rely on.
Gain an insight into the key principles of spectrophotometers and discover how Mettler Toledo uses innovative technology in the UV5Nano spectrophotometer to provide a dedicated micro-volume platform to fit your nucleic acid analyses needs.
Watch this free on demand webinar now to maximise the accuracy of your nucleic acid workflows.
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