Analysis of Nucleic Acids and Proteins Using Microplate Readers
Presenter: Peter J. Brescia Jr., MSc, MBA, Applications Scientist
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 Time: 12 PM EDT
Quantification of purified nucleic acids and protein is a preliminary step for a multitude of downstream applications in a wide range of scientific fields of study. Depending on the sample and application, there is a need for a range of methods to best quantify the biomolecule of interest. Here we will discuss the various methods available to accurately and precisely determine a wide range of analyte concentrations typically found during purification. Methods will include the use of micro-volume, microplate and standard one-centimeter path length vessels using a range of detection methods available in microplate readers.
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