Dynamic light scattering
Size matters when it comes to biological macromolecules. Therefore, the ability to determine particle size in solution is essential to avoid processing samples that are already unusable due to poor quality. In situ or ‘in plate’ Dynamic Light Scattering provides a highly time and sample efficient method of obtaining particle size information from multiple sub-µl samples in a single run. No sample preparation is required. All this is realised in the desktop sized Spectrolight 600. Take a closer look.
a 96-well plate scanning DLS device combined with a fully fledged built-in microscope and optional fluorescence imagingread more