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Scientists Award DeNovix Top Honour for Second Consecutive Year
May 03 2018 Read 736 Times
During a recent ceremony held at the annual AACR (American Association of Cancer Research) meeting in Chicago, DeNovix was awarded the SelectScience® Reviewers’ Choice Life Science Product of the Year for the second year in a row.
The award is given each year in recognition of the product most highly rated by scientists around the world based on criteria such as ease of use, performance, service and support. The DS-11 FX+ is a unique combination of 1 uL spectrophotometer, cuvette absorbance and fluorometer that enables researchers to gain quick and accurate quantification of nucleic acids and proteins, robust sample quality control and perform a range of UV-Vis and fluorescence applications.
”We are very proud to be consistently rated so highly by scientists worldwide,” stated Fred Kielhorn, CEO of DeNovix. ,,“Receiving awards based on the feedback of our customers is a great honour and validates that our instrument’s design and performance, as well as our commitment to exceptional customer support, have had a meaningful impact in the scientific community.”
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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