Inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) is an elemental analysis technique that derives its analytical data from the emission spectra of elements excited within a high-temperature plasma.
The high light throughput optics combined with the charge injection device detector, the CID821, ensure the shortest possible analysis times. When using the iFR analysis mode, the complete spectrum is captured in one measurement, making the analysis time even shorter.
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The Thermo Scientific Orion3Electrostatic Discharge Tester is designed to test for potentially destructive effects of ESD, enabling the identification and hardening of protection structures prior to full-scale production.
The use of capillary electrophoresis (CE) in genetic analysis applications has largely replaced the use of gel separation techniques due to significant gains in workflow speed, throughput, and ease of use.
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Detection of low-abundance proteins and/or detection of proteins from small quantity samples can be a major challenge when performing western blotting. The abundance of the target may be low because the protein itself is expressed at low levels within the source or is difficult to extract (and thus...
Eric Hommema, Ph.D.; Nikki Jarrett, M.S.; Steve Shiflett, Ph.D.; Suk Hong, Ph.D.; Priya Rangaraj, Ph.D.; Brian Webb, Ph.D., Chemiluminescent Western blotting is a popular protein detection method for studying proteins.
As with other components in a western blotting system, there are many chemiluminescent western blotting substrate choices available. The appropriate selection of a substrate depends on the detection level (sensitivity) required, the target protein's abundance, the sample abundance and antibody...
During capillary electrophoresis, the products of the cycle sequencing reaction are injected electrokinetically into capillaries filled with polymer. High voltage is applied so that the negatively charged DNA fragments move through the polymer in the capillaries toward the positive electrode.
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TheThermo Scientific Prisma E Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) combines a wide array of imaging and analytical modalities with advanced automation to offer the most complete solution of any instrument in its class.
Chemiluminescent detection for western blotting is popular because it offers several advantages over other detection methods. Using chemiluminescence allows multiple exposures to be made, which enables optimization of signal to noise.
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