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May 19th, 2009

Lab-on-Capillary Systems Provide Versatile Setups for Nanolitre-Scale Chemistry and Biochemistry

Abstract:
This application note describes how the ActiPix UV area detector can be used in a number of lab-on-capillary setups that that combine various reaction, separation and detection steps. By assembling integrated systems from readily available components nanoscale reactions can be carried out that minimise the consumption of expensive materials.

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