fluorimeter


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fluorimeter

[flu̇′rim·əd·ər]
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Detection of the copied viral material also requires expensive components such as fluorimeters.
The fluorescence emission shift of JC-1 from red (590 nm) to green (529 nm) was evaluated by fluorimeter (Microplate reader Wallac Victor 2 1420 Multilabel Counter, Perkin Elmer) with a 488-nm excitation laser.
Fluorescence spectra were recorded using a PTI QuantaMaster fluorimeter.
Figure 3b shows the observed fluorescence emission when the same tryptophan solution was placed in a fluorimeter and excited with 266 nm light.
Bacteria cultures carrying each one of the constructs were grown until stationary phase, and aliquots were taken in order to measure fluorescent emission (Tecan fluorimeter, GENius) at excitation and emission lengths appropriate for GFP.
The LightCycler: a micro volume multisample fluorimeter with rapid temperature control.
7), and the fluorescence of 4 methylumbelliferon was measured using a Microfluor 2[R] fluorimeter (B10-TEK Synergy[HT]; excitation, 355 nm; emission, 460 nm).
The plasmid concentration was measured using Qubit[TM] fluorimeter (Invitrogen, USA) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
At the end of each annealing step, the fluorescent signal of each reaction was measured at a wavelength of 530 nm with the LightCycler fluorimeter.
The analyses were performed on a PerkinElmer chromatograph equipped with LC250 binary pump and a fluorimeter (excitation at 310 nm and emission at 415 nm; Waters Corporation, Milford, MA) using an XTerra (Waters) column (RP18, 5 ixm, 4.
Beckman Coulter's XL-MCL flow cytometer and Perkin-Elmer's Victor 3 fluorimeter were used.
The module is a complete, independent, temperature-controlled fluorimeter for performing and continuously monitoring amplification of DNA or other nucleic acid targets.