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Optimized for users of PCR systems employing ROX as a passive reference for normalization.
Validated for the organic solvent extraction of 25(OH)D from blood serum using liquid-liquid extraction (partition chromatography).
Feature unitized flame retardant composite resin construction for total chemical and corrosion resistance.
Optimiser™ Features a microfluidic channel as the reaction chamber (instead of the well), reducing assay times and sample/reagent consumption.
Minimizes stress on HVAC systems without compromising protection for personnel and the environment.