Member since: 2019
Organization: Shaheed Benazir bhutto women university
Affective, pocket-friendly, one-time investment. All data at one point.
Application Area: DNA and proteins quantitification
"The spectrometer covers a broad wavelength range from ultraviolet (UV) to near-infrared (NIR), allowing measurements across a wide range of biomolecules. The instrument is capable of detecting even small sample concentrations, enabling precise analysis of low-volume samples. The BioSpec Nano offers the ability to measure samples in microvolume cuvettes, which reduces the sample size required and allows for the efficient use of precious samples. The spectrometer has built-in temperature control capabilities, enabling measurements at specific temperatures to study thermal denaturation or other temperature-dependent phenomena. Overall best instrument and need low maintenance. It User-friendly software: Shimadzu typically provides user-friendly software with their spectrometers, allowing easy instrument control, data acquisition, and analysis."
Member since: 2020
Organization: Keio University
Really easy to use compared to general UV-VIS spectrometers.
Application Area:Quantification/concentration of protein reagents
"It's really easy to use compared to general UV-VIS spectrometers and requires only small sample volume (around 1-5ul). When it comes to analyzing expensive reagent such as antibodies, it's very useful."
Shimadzu’s BioSpec-nano spectrophotometer is a low-maintenance micro-volume spectrophotometer designed for the modern life science laboratory. Its easy-to-use design and superior detection limits, up to 10 times better compared to the competition, make it the perfect instrument for quantitation of DNA, RNA, protein analysis, and photometric measurements.
The BioSpec-nano features: