FlowStar LB 513 - Radio Flow Detector

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Average Rating: 4.9
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Outstanding technology
Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: Drug metabolism studies

"Reproducible data generation and easy to use radio monitor. Excellent technical support from Berthold engineers."

Review date: 30 Sep 2016 | FlowStar LB 513 - Radio Flow Detector
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  • Member since: 2010

  • Organization: Syngenta

  • Ease of use
    4 out of 5
    After sales service
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    Value for money
    5 out of 5
Rating: 4.7
"This detector is a perfect compliment to an LC/MS. I leave it on continuously and capture the ratemeter into xcalibur. The y-glass cells are very sensitive and inert to a wide variety of analytes. Highly recommended."

Review date: 10 Nov 2010 | FlowStar LB 513 - Radio Flow Detector
The FlowStar radio monitor represents the latest enhancements in flow-through detectors for Radio HPLC. It combines the latest technology such as touch screen for easy operation and the highest sensitivity. FlowStar can be controlled by the RadioStar software. A control library to implement FlowStar into other software packages is available on request. The instrument can be operated in stand-alone mode and can be interfaced with all HPLC systems currently on the market.

A new generation of measuring cells are designed with regard to upcoming new technologies such as UPLC. These new cells together with the latest HPLC technology open a new chapter in HPLC radiflow detection.Flow-through monitoring of radiolabelled compounds separated by chromatographic techniques has been established as one of the most powerful tools in many biochemistry related research areas.
Radiolabelled compounds for drug, pesticide, metabolism and pharmacokinetic studies provide very high sensitivity and specificity which is not available with mass detection, UV, fluorescence or conductivity measurements.