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New Spectrophotometers dedicated to life science applications
Jenway have launched two new spectrophotometers dedicated to life science analysis – the Genova Plus and the Genova Nano micro-volume spectrophotometer.
Both spectrophotometers are pre-programmed with methods for the measurement of ssDNA, dsDNA, RNA and oligonucleotide concentrations. The instruments are also pre-programmed with methods for measuring protein concentrations including Bradford, Lowry, BCA and direct UV assays. These protein measurement modes allow up to 12 standards, with 3 replicates of each standard, to be measured to create the standard curve.
As well as modes for measuring the purity of nucleic acids and optical density for cell harvesting; these versatile instruments can also be used as a standard spectrophotometer. They have measurement modes for photometrics, multi-wavelength, concentration, spectrum scanning, kinetics and quantitation.
Based on the successful 73 series range the Genova Plus has improved optics resulting in a narrow spectral bandwidth of 5nm and an absorbance range of 0.3 to 2.5A, all within an innovative space-saving design. Other benefits from this range include icon driven software, integrated printer and an easy, intuitive navigation system. The Genova Plus uses 10mm path length cuvettes and is fitted with a micro-cuvette holder as standard.
The Genova Nano uses the latest nano technology and is fitted with a micro-volume accessory, which allows the user to pipette the sample directly onto the read head. The Genova Nano only requires 0.5µl of sample and can detect concentrations of dsDNA as low as 2.0ng/µl. With an auto ranging pathlength, between 0.2 and 0.5mm, the instrument will optimise the pathlength automatically to provide the most accurate results.
Both the Genova Plus and Genova Nano spectrophotometers are covered by a three year warranty, which includes the xenon lamp.
To find out about our special offer on the Genova Nano micro-volume spectrophotometer please email firstname.lastname@example.org