Save time without compromising the accuracy of your thermal melt experiments
Does your lab rely on UV-Vis to analyze the thermal melt temperature of nucleic acids and other therapeutic biomolecules? If so, you know that these measurements typically take an hour or more to complete—adding significant extra time to your schedule.
But what if you could analyze thermal melt more quickly without sacrificing data accuracy? Our new information kit can show you how. It includes a best practice guide that will help you optimize your thermal melt experiments for both time and accuracy. You’ll learn how to:
- Choose the correct cuvettes and clean them.
- Optimize sample concentration.
- Avoid sample evaporation/contamination.
- Degas samples and more.
To see how much time you can save on thermal melt experiments using the latest UV-Vis technologies, try this calculator.