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Fluorescence Spectroscopy

Fluorescence spectroscopy is a highly sensitive method to gain detailed information about the molecular composition of a sample. Many molecules, such as proteins, have their own intrinsic fluorescence that can be probed to gain information about their folding state or environment. Alternatively, fluorescent probes or tags can be added to the sample.

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The sensitive CCD-spectrograph detector is capable of recording several full spectra (230-730 nm) per second. Recording the entire spectrum provides maximum information about changes in the sample and with the Data Viewer software it is easy to analyze changes in intensity or shifts in peaks.

With a wide selection of LED excitation light sources the ProbeDrum can cover the entire UV-vis range (280-630 nm), providing excellent flexibility in the choice of chromophores.

Light path diagram showing the placement of light source, sample and detector in fluorescence spectroscopy

Light path diagram showing the placement of light source, sample and detector in fluorescence spectroscopy

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