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== Qubit 2.0 Fluorometer ==
 
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The Qubit 2.0 is a spectrophotometer that measures DNA, RNA, and protein concentrations with exceptional accuracy and sensitivity.  New users can familiarize themselves with the instrument and its applications on [http://www.invitrogen.com/site/us/en/home/brands/Product-Brand/Qubit.html?CID=fl-qubit this page].  We particularly recommend the two videos ('How It Works' and 'Researcher Story') that introduce the Qubit and its use.  More detailed information can be found in the User's Manual:[[Image:Qubit_manual.pdf]].
 
The Qubit 2.0 is a spectrophotometer that measures DNA, RNA, and protein concentrations with exceptional accuracy and sensitivity.  New users can familiarize themselves with the instrument and its applications on [http://www.invitrogen.com/site/us/en/home/brands/Product-Brand/Qubit.html?CID=fl-qubit this page].  We particularly recommend the two videos ('How It Works' and 'Researcher Story') that introduce the Qubit and its use.  More detailed information can be found in the User's Manual:[[Image:Qubit_manual.pdf]].
 
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Qubit 2.0 Fluorometer

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The Qubit 2.0 is a spectrophotometer that measures DNA, RNA, and protein concentrations with exceptional accuracy and sensitivity. New users can familiarize themselves with the instrument and its applications on this page. We particularly recommend the two videos ('How It Works' and 'Researcher Story') that introduce the Qubit and its use. More detailed information can be found in the User's Manual:File:Qubit manual.pdf.


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