In this webinar, Spectradyne shares its knowledge from the field on best practices and provides real-world examples that illustrate the strengths of marrying MRPS with fluorescence tagging in a single system. Learn how a combination of orthogonal techniques can deliver the analytical insights you need to accelerate your research.
The most accurate method for measuring size and concentration of biological nanoparticles is Microfluidic Resistive Pulse Sensing (MRPS), as implemented in Spectradyne's nCS1TM system. The most accurate and well-developed method for phenotyping single particles has been to use flow cytometry with fluorescently-labeled particles. With the introduction of the ARCTM particle analyzer, Spectradyne has combined these two orthogonal techniques in a single system.
Watch this video to view an in-depth discussion of how Spectradyne's new ARC system gives you the best of both worlds: Accurate size and concentration using an electrical detection method (MRPS), and single particle phenotyping by optical fluorescence measurements. Spectradyne's ARC particle analyzer counts and sizes particles one-by-one using MRPS while simultaneously measuring each particle's fluorescence in up to three optical bands.