Find these new papers and many others in the Refereed Journal Articles section of our Library:
Last year we asked, "What's in a COVID vaccine?" We answered this ourselves by using the nCS1 to quantify the particle size distribution in one of two popular mRNA vaccines. Now we've done it again, characterizing the other commonly-available mRNA vaccine! You can find the results of the second measurement, and a comparison to the first one, in this recent post: "How does the other mRNA COVID vaccine compare?"
Ever work with red blood cells (RBCs?) Ever wonder how to store them in a stable way that limits the production of harmful extracellular vesicles (EVs)? Read our summary of a new paper in Nature's Scientific Reports, in which Spectradyne's technology was used to quantify the EVs produced by RBCs stored in different conditions and media. Cool experiment!
Visit our main blog page to find these and other posts we hope you find interesting — happy reading!
Recent additions to our video library focus on two areas: Applications of Spectradyne's technology for quantifying lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), and a hands-on tutorial explaining how to load and operate Spectradyne's analysis cartridges.