In this study, UV LEDs were used to excite tissue auto-fluorescence
RNA library prep, sequencing, and PCR
RNase A Contamination: Unpredictable and Catastrophic
Presented at the International Association of Food Protection
Known as a pioneer in UV LED solutions, Phoseon’s focus on customer collaboration has resulted in a world-wide market leadership position.
Working from previous knowledge that 275nm and 365nm sources work synergistically to speed RNase A inactivation, we used these wavelengths on Greiner Bio-One flat-bottomed black opaque microplates. Sample wells were first treated with 0.01u/mL of […]
Certain clinically relevant organisms, such as Clostridium difficile (Clostridioides difficile) and Aspergillus brasilliensis, form spores that are resistant to UV inactivation. Indeed, Log₁₀ reduction in response to UV exposure is dependent not […]
Many experiments are carried out in Tris buffers because they are nearly bulletproof at maintaining a neutral pH regardless of what you (metabolically) throw at them. These buffers cannot be subjected to the same decontamination methods, as DEPC […]
A high-efficiency and miniaturized UV-C light source at 220 nm has been demonstrated and is capable of replacing the traditional UV lamps in HPLC applications.
Phoseon Presents at SPIE BIOS Conference Sessions
The KeyPro™ KP100 system is the first in a family of products designed specifically to take advantage of Phoseon’s SLM™ LED Technology for Life Sciences applications. The KP100 is initially targeted at microplate, preparatory slide, and small […]
A pictorial example of an LED’s construction is shown in Figure 1: LED Construction. Simply put, an LED is a solid-state device that produces light when an electrical current is allowed to flow from the positive (anode) side of the circuit to the […]