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DeNovix is First Instrument Company Awarded the Platinum Seal of Quality
Feb 14 2018 Read 797 Times
The DeNovix DS11 FX+ Spectrophotometer / Fluorometer Series has become the first life science instrument to receive the prestigious Platinum Seal of Quality by SelectScience.
The Seal of Quality program recognises life science products that have consistently received the highest review ratings in categories such as ease of use, service and value. Scientists can see at a glance, the products that deliver the greatest value and innovation to other researchers around the world. DeNovix was awarded the Platinum Seal after receiving over 200 scientist reviews scoring an average of 4.9/5.0 stars.
”Being the first instrumentation company to receive the Platinum Seal of Quality is a tremendous honour,” stated Fred Kielhorn, CEO of DeNovix. ,,“We value all feedback both from researchers sharing how the DS-11 Series has helped progress their work and those with suggestions on how to improve. Independent reviews are an important buying tool and represent an excellent way for scientists to gain confidence from hundreds of experienced users before purchasing.”
The primary applications for the instrument are UV-Vis measurements for nucleic acid and protein quantification, kinetic studies and microbial cell quantification. The intuitive interface helps users quickly create custom methods that may be defined and saved in password-protected accounts. Results are automatically stored and easily exported to e-mail, USB, network folders, network printers, LIMS, USB drives and label printers. IQ/OQ documentation and performance verification software is available to help achieve compliance in GLP/GMP environments.
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