Biochrom 30 Physiological System
Amino acid analysis is a technique based on ion exchange liquid chromatography, used in a wide range of application areas to provide qualitative and quantitative compositional analysis.
The Biochrom 30 Amino Acid Analyser, launched in 2003 is designed to provide accurate quantitative analysis of amino acid mixtures. The basic principle of operation is the continuous flow chromatography procedure developed by Spackman, Moore and Stein in 1958. In the Biochrom 30 this basic principle has been refined to produce fully automatic, high speed, sensitive analyses.
The Biochrom 30 uses modern technology to achieve fast, accurate, reproducible results with a minimum of operator involvement. The software package controls the operation of Biochrom 30 whilst continuously monitoring various parameters, thus providing an indication of any fault conditions.
Product characteristics :
Convenience: Load and GoPost-column photometric detection of amino acids with no additional derivatization procedures
Flexibility: Integrated software enables automatic sample set-up, flexible sample analysis, networking and exporting of data
Versatility: A wide variety of sample types can be analysed using the available range of programs and columns
Compact: Bench top design requiring minimum lab space