Increasing the Availability of NanoDrop Spectrophotometers Across All Laboratories

When the very first Thermo Scientific NanoDrop Microvolume UV-Vis Spectrophotometer was released more than twenty years ago, it revolutionized the field of molecular biology research by making it possible to measure the purity of DNA, RNA, and protein samples without having to first dilute

When the very first Thermo Scientific NanoDrop Microvolume UV-Vis Spectrophotometer was released more than twenty years ago, it revolutionized the field of molecular biology research by making it possible to measure the purity of DNA, RNA, and protein samples without having to first dilute them. This made it possible to determine the concentration of DNA, RNA, and protein in a sample without first diluting it. Because of this, it became possible to calculate the amount of DNA, RNA, and protein present in a sample without first having to dilute the sample. When compared to the method that had been used in the past, this new method of determining the level of purity represents a significant advancement. As a consequence of this, a number of manual steps were done away with, and at the same time, the accuracy of the findings was improved; consequently, the researchers were able to concentrate their efforts on their subsequent experiments.

 

Since that time, laboratories all over the world have begun making the use of a NanoDrop Spectrophotometer as a standard practice in their day-to-day operations, where previously it had not been commonplace to do so. Our NanoDrop instruments have made it possible for researchers to obtain accurate results in as little as five to six seconds per sample, which is a significant improvement over the two to three minutes that were previously required. Because they have access to the information that is necessary for doing so, they are able to swiftly evaluate the suitability of their samples for experiments in a wide variety of fields. The fields of genomics, proteomics, and biomanufacturing are just a few examples of those that fall under this category.

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In light of our efforts to make the NanoDrop technology accessible to an even wider audience, I am overjoyed to announce the launch of the NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer, which provides a method that is both reasonably priced and quick for the measurement of samples of DNA, RNA, and protein. In light of our efforts, I am overjoyed to announce the launch of the NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer. In light of our efforts, I am overjoyed to announce theAs a result of our hard work, I am overjoyed to share the news that the NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer is now available for purchase. In light of the efforts that we have put in, I am overjoyed. This entry-level instrument was developed specifically for academic teaching labs, biotech startups, and other research organizations that have limited budgets but still desire the accuracy and reliability that are inherent to the NanoDrop brand. Specifically, this instrument was designed to meet the needs of academic teaching labs, biotech startups, and other research organizations. Specifically, the requirements of academic teaching labs, biotech startups, and other research organizations were taken into consideration during the development of this instrument.

The NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer, which is designed to take the place of the NanoDrop Lite model that was initially released by our company in 2012, has the capacity to measure the concentration of purified DNA, RNA, and protein with as little as 1–2 microliters of sample up to 30 Abs (1,500 ng/L dsDNA). This is made possible by the fact that the NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer is able to measure the concentration ofThis is doable due to the fact that the NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer was developed specifically to replace the NanoDrop Spectrophotometer. This feature makes it possible to calculate essential purity ratios such as A260/A280 and A260/A230 while simultaneously doubling the amount of data that can be stored to a total of 1,000 samples. Additionally, this feature makes it possible to calculate essential purity ratios such as A260/A280 and A260/A230. The purpose of these ratios is to provide helpful information that can be used for quality control checks, and they are utilized. In addition to this, it has a dependable and sturdy industrial design that is built to withstand heavy use in environments such as busy research labs and classrooms. This design was built to withstand heavy use in environments such as these. This design was constructed to withstand heavy use in settings such as these environments.

The standard against which all companies in the industry are measured in order to determine the degree of purity present in samples

The NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer is the most recent member to join the family of high-quality NanoDrop UV-Vis Spectrophotometers that we make available to customers. This laboratory freeze dryer is supported by service and support that is of the highest possible quality, and it is renowned for its dependability, accuracy, and user-friendliness.

The NanoDrop One/OneC Spectrophotometer, which utilizes the Acclaro Sample Intelligence Technology, has become the industry standard for analyzing sample concentration and purity while simultaneously identifying contaminants that may be present. This laboratory freeze dryer is the flagship product of our company and is known as the NanoDrop One/OneC. Acclaro was instrumental in the accomplishment of this goal, which was ultimately successful. Because of this, our product is now generally accepted throughout the sector as representing the gold standard. The previous year, we presented the NanoDrop Eight Spectrophotometer as a development that expanded on this specific innovation. This freeze dryer was one of our most successful products. High-throughput laboratories are now able to achieve the same level of sample confidence for up to eight samples all at once in a span of time that is less than twenty seconds thanks to the assistance of this device.

We plan to make NanoDrop spectrophotometers more accessible to laboratories that are focused on maintaining a low cost of operation with the introduction of the NanoDrop Lite Plus model. This will allow us to better meet the needs of our customers. Every single user will be able to have complete confidence in the results of their measurements as a direct result of this. The NanoDrop Lite Plus Spectrophotometer is able to provide quick and accurate readings despite being packaged in a way that is both user-friendly and affordable. This is due to the spectrophotometer's advanced optical technology. Even though it lacks some of the features that come standard on our premium models, it is still able to keep up with those models when it comes to speed and accuracy.

Students will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of molecular biology on an instrument that is regarded as being among the most advanced in the field as a result of the introduction of a brand new microvolume  that is designed for use by students at the entry level. At the same time, research and biotech laboratories will be able to eliminate bottlenecks in the process of evaluating sample purity and will be able to continue on with their essential experiments that advance molecular biology.