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This Spectrum Two system measures hydrocarbons in water or soil and provides everything you need to analyze samples according to a range of industry standards, including ASTM D7066.
The Biodiesel FT-IR FAME Analyzer is comprised of a Frontier™ FT-IR spectrometer, a UATR or HATR accessory, and Spectrum 10™ software configured specifically for biodiesel FAME (fatty acid methyl ester) analysis using the ASTM D7371-07 and EN 14078:2003 methodologies.
This method-ready fuels analysis system provides everything you need to analyze samples to industry standards, following ASTM and EN methodology. Compact, robust, and completely transportable, samples can be run on the Spectrum Two either in the laboratory or out in the field.
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Hypoxia occurs in tumors as a result of the poor ability of their disorganized vascular networks to deliver blood borne oxygen. HypoxiSense detects the tumor cell surface expression of carbonic,anhydrase 9 (CA IX) protein, which increases in hypoxic regions,within many tumors, especially in cervical, colorectal, non-small,cell lung tumors. Pairing HypoxiSense with optical fluorescent,imaging technology allows you to image and quantitate tumor,sub-regions undergoing hypoxia-related changes, non-invasively,and in vivo.
It’s simple: More information means more understanding,For today’s researchers in oncology, infectious diseases, inflammation, neuroscience, stem cells,and other disciplines, there’s an increasing need for in vivo imaging that enables you to visualize,multiple events simultaneously and to extract the maximum amount of information from each,subject – leading to greater biological understanding.,Multimodal imaging enables a better understanding of disease biology. By utilizing in vivo,optimized bioluminescent and fluorescent agents and radioactive probes, researchers can,measure depth, volume, concentration, and metabolic activity, providing a wealth of information,for untangling the mysteries of disease.,Coregistration allows researchers to overlay images from multiple imaging modalities, providing,more comprehensive insight into the molecular and anatomical features of a model subject.,For example, optical imaging data can be used to identify and quantify tumor burden at,the molecular level and, when integrated with microCT, provides a quantitative 3D view of,anatomical and functional readouts.,At PerkinElmer, we’ve developed industry leading imaging technology for preclinical research.,Our technology integrates 3D optical and PET modalities with microCT to provide a better,understanding of disease. And that means better monitoring of disease progression, earlier,detection of treatment efficacy, and deeper understanding of metabolic changes that take place,throughout disease development.
Enable New Discoveries by Observing and Measuring the Molecular Organization in Unstained Samples Because Abrio™ imaging systems do not require the use of labels or stains, the biology of structures is unaltered, yet the detail provided is on par with fluorescence imagery. Measure extremely low-level birefringence in tissue, as well as materials such as glass, plastics, fibers, and silicon wafers. Track cell and sample behavior over time using movie-capture capability, and rely on automatically recorded data points of molecular density and orientation to accurately detect and measure subtle changes in molecular organization. The system has been validated for use in imaging and measuring collagen in unstained tissue sections, cartilage in bone, muscle organization in various physiological conditions, spindle dynamics in dividing cells and even mapping the intricate details in microscopic organisms such as C. elegans, plant root stems, paramecium and embryos. Our unique and patented solid-state, liquid crystal technology is an easy add-on to your microscope. Abrio software runs on your computer to capture, display, and analyze your images. Snap an image and click a button to report the data. Meaningful data on molecular order within the sample are organized into an intuitive, exportable report. It’s really that simple.