InnoScan® 710IR Infrared Detection for Optimal Scan of Nitrocellulose-Based Protein Arrays
26 Nov 2014

This technical note focuses on the application of the InnoScan® 710 and 710IR scanners to scan protein arrays. Its principal goal is to guide customers and distributors in choosing the adequate scanner according to the microarray they want to read.

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