Controlling for concentration is the most important and critical aspect of extracellular vesicle research. By identifying and eliminating potential sources of variability in your EV isolation process, you will enhance the quality of your EV research.
We have covered this topic of accurate EV quantification in our previous blog post and application note. You can also learn how Spectradyne's MRPS system delivers quantitatively superior EV measurements with our recent webinar, including a special presentation by Zach Troyer, Ph.D. Candidate in Molecular Virology at Case Western Reserve University, entitled "Accurate concentration enables critical improvements in isolation of extracellular vesicles (EVs)."
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