Generation of a Standard Curve Based Custom Method Using the NanoDrop 2000/2000c: Lowry Assay Case Study
22 Jan 2015

The NanoDrop™ 2000/2000c software comes with a pre-defined Lowry assay module, which uses an analysis wavelength of 650 nm, however the broadness of the assay absorbance range means that analysis may be performed at other wavelengths. In order to demonstrate the versatility of the Method Editor software, this application note describes the creation of a custom method designed for use in a situation where the user desires to perform a Lowry protein assay at a wavelength other that 650 nm.

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