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Old 02-09-2011, 07:47 AM   #1
pmiguel
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Default Fluorimetric microtiter plate nucleid acid concentration determination

UV/Spec has its charms but is too easily and substantially confounded by common contaminants of polynucleic acid preps. We have a fluorimeter, but it is single sample, so it is no longer has the throughput we need.

So I think we need a 96- and/or 384-well plate fluorimeter. Zero percent chance this will ever be used for enzyme assays--so if there is money to be saved by having a fairly fixed purpose device (nucleic acids only), then I am in the market for that.

Any recommendations? Do you have a plate fluorimeter in your lab that you like or dislike? Please post.

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