Fluorospectrometer for cancer and biomedical research analyzes multiple emission profiles from one sample

The Thermo Scientific NanoDrop 3300 fluorospectrometer from Thermo Fisher Scientific (Wilmington, DE) enables cancer and biomedical researchers to study DNA methylation events and polyamine-induced DNA G-quadruplex formations by microvolume fluorometry.

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The Thermo Scientific NanoDrop 3300 fluorospectrometer from Thermo Fisher Scientific (Wilmington, DE) enables cancer and biomedical researchers to study DNA methylation events and polyamine-induced DNA G-quadruplex formations by microvolume fluorometry. The fluorospectrometer takes sample sizes as small as 1 µl using a patented, "cuvette-less” sample retention system, with the ability to analyze multiple emission profiles from a single sample. The fluorospectrometer can also run diverse applications, such as multiple fluorophores, Molecular Beacon Probes, FRET and more. UV, blue and white LED excitation covers a broad wavelength range.

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