Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) biosensor Reichert4SPR

surface plasmon resonance (SPR) biosensor
surface plasmon resonance (SPR) biosensor
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surface plasmon resonance (SPR)


Maximum efficiency, flexibility and performanceOur advanced 4-channel SPR system provides triple the throughput and same reliable accuracy and flexibility as our 2-channel instrument, to accelerate drug discovery for the broadest application spectrum imaginable. Designed for simplified determination of real-time interaction and kinetic studies, the Reichert4SPR system pushes the limits of detection and sensitivity, and does so without requiring major upkeep. You’ll spend more time on your research and less on system maintenance—a common limitation among competing SPR instruments.Our Reichert4SPR 4-Channel Surface Plasmon Resonance system allows you to accelerate and enhance the drug discovery process in the following ways:Easy set-up and streamlined workflowUtmost sensitivity and maximum uptimeRobust fluid handling system to run demanding assaysReliable support from expert application scientistsOur fluidics system is not only ideal for purified samples such as proteins, DNA, and low molecular weight compounds, but can accommodate crude samples such as serum, aggregates and cell lysates—all without interruptions due to clogs or breakdowns. It even analyzes particulates including nanoparticles and whole cells.Reichert4SPR’s market-leading baseline stability and high sensitivity (+/- 0.05 μRIU rms noise) make it the perfect biosensor technology for analysis of small molecules or very low concentrations of larger biomolecules. High sensitivity reduces the required amount of sample and produces reliable results, even if a large portion of a protein population is inactive or denatured.


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