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What is the Chemical Fluorescence Probe? Chemical fluorescent probes are chemical instruments that are most commonly used to label antigens or antibodies in fluorescent immunoassays. They can also be used to detect microscopic properties of microenvironments, such as surfactant micelles, bimolecular membranes, and protein active sites. Chemical fluorescent probes have characteristic fluorescence ...
Acronyms can be great to make communication easier and speed things up. However, the use of acronyms can be confusing when you are unaware of what they mean. At Edinburgh Instruments we value our ...
Enhancing Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emission detection through Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) involves optimizing techniques and technologies to improve accuracy and efficiency in identifying and addressing leaks. Firstly, ensuring proper ...
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