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Professor Brian McFarlin, researchers at the University of North Texas

Increasing throughput with INTEGRA’s VIAFLO 96 channel pipette

Researchers at the University of North Texas are using INTEGRA’s VIAFLO 96 electronic pipette to increase the throughput of their ELISA, Luminex and flow cytometry workflows, as well as to improve the reproducibility of their results. The Applied Physiology Laboratory at UNT focuses on research in two key areas – physiologic and immunologic consequences of […]

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Primary standards are expensive and complex to use.  There is, however, an exception to that and it’s the Triple Point of Water Cell.  Fixed-points, sometimes called intrinsic standards, are used to define the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS-90). The most commonly used fixed-point is the Triple Point of Water. A Triple Point of Water […]

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Hanna portable meter HI98703

Guide to measuring turbidity in water

Turbidity is a measure of how cloudy water is. There are many methods to measure turbidity. The best way would in a wide variety of samples is with a nephelometer – also known as a turbidity meter. turbidity meters utilise a light and photo detector to measure light scatter, and read out in unit of […]

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