ESA introduces detector for fast HPLC

By Staff Reporter

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Related tags Molecular biology

ESA Analytical introduces its latest ultra-high sensitivity
detector for fast HPLC, which provides laboratories with the
ability to monitor HPLC eluants down to miniscule detection levels.

The company has designed the Zetalif detector to offer sensitivity typically 100-1000 times that of traditional fluorescence detection.

In combination with a fast HPLC system the Zetalif detector uniquely delivers nanomolar to picomolar levels of detection, enhanced productivity and lower operating costs to the chromatography laboratory.

Unlike conventional fluorescence detectors, the flow cell design and the use of stable laser sources instead of conventional monochromators in the Zetalif means it rarely needs recalibration.

Incorporating a simple, robust optical design, which excludes moving parts, ensures high reliability.

Offering measurement over a linear dynamic range of 3-4 orders of magnitude the Zetalif may be easily operated by anyone with a basic understanding of HPLC.

The designers say that with the Zetalif, the detection in combination with fast HPLC opens the door to new and demanding applications in pharmacology, neuroscience, molecular biology, toxicology and environmental trace analysis.

The use of highly monochromatic laser sources in the Zetalif provides the selectivity

Related topics Preclinical Research

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