Spectradyne's microfluidic resistive pulse sensing (MRPS) is a modern implementation of a well-established technique generically termed "resistive pulse sensing" (RPS), also known as the Coulter principle. The Coulter principle has been the gold standard method for cell and other particle counting for decades, although until our recent innovations, its performance has been limited to the micron regime, above the size ranges where virus, extracellular vesicles (EVs) and nanomedicines live.
So how has Spectradyne advanced this well-proven gold standard to reach 50 nm and smaller? One answer is microfluidics! Embedding the fundamental RPS technique into a disposable microfluidic cartridge enables the incorporation of key engineering features that deliver powerful benefits users love.
Learn more benefits of microfluidics in this technical brief.
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Spectradyne's microfluidic cartridge enables fast and reliable measurements using only 3 microliters of your precious sample.