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Trinity Biotech Ultra2- variant resolution system

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  1. High performance liquid chromatography instrument


  1. Resource Description
    "Trinity Biotech’s ultra2 Resolution system for the separation and quantitation of normal and variant hemoglobin species in blood is designed to provide the maximum amount of information in the shortest possible time. This method combines the sensitivity and specificity of HPLC with sample preparation automation and assistance in evaluating the result." "Specifications: Correlated to column chromatography for A2 quantitation Correlated to alkali denaturation for F quantitation Provides a screening and confirmatory testing Extensive variant library: detection of over 200 variants Variety of sample formats concurrently: Whole blood Haemolysates Dried blood spots for neonatal / newborn testing Large sample capacity: Tubes Vial Microtiter plates Barcode reading – positive sample ID from specimen to end result Automated – walk-away, cost-effective operation Selectable Test Methods: Quick Scan (screening) followed by High Resolution(confirmatory) Quick Scan only High Resolution only Relative retention times: 0.001 minutes Hb measurement starts at time zero: No calibration for A2 and F quantitation necessary Superior performance: Sensitivity of 0.1%, Principle Ion-exchange high performance liquid chromatography "
  2. Contact
    Nekhai, Sergei, Ph.D.
  3. Contact
    Niu, Xiaomei, MD
  4. Manufacturer
    Trinity Biotech
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  7. Related Technique
    High performance liquid chromatography
  8. Location
    Center for Sickle Cell Disease
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