Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) combined with surface charge measurement enables the user to gain bio-chemical information about particle surface.
Traditionally, detection of fluorescent particles (F-NTA) has been shown to be challenging due to bleaching effects known from laser induced fluorescence techniques (LIF).
Full recovery of samples measured by a nanoparticle tracking analyzer (NTA) often becomes challenging particularly if the samples are intended for further use after measurement.
From the same sample you get the parameters: number concentration, size, electrophoresis surface charge, sub-populations and fluorescence phenotyping in little time.
To anticipate the answer: With the ZetaView®.
Particle Metrix now introduces two additional types of NTA Cell Assemblies: The new types are designed for concentration, size and fluorescence detection. When working in (bio-) safety level environment, X-NTA ensures secure handling for potentially contaminating samples. In addition, zeta potential option is featured with Z-NTA Cell Assemblies.
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