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The Malvern NanoSight range of instruments utilizes Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) to characterize nanoparticles from 10nm -2000nm* in solution. Each particle is individually but simultaneously analyzed by direct observation and measurement of diffusion events. This particle-by-particle methodology produces high resolution results for particle size distribution and concentration, while visual validation provides users with additional confidence in their data. Both particle size and concentration are measured, while a fluorescence mode provides differentiation of labelled or naturally fluorescing particles.
* sample dependent
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Metal colloids represent a very interesting system known since
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What this webinar covers:
- Extracellular vesicles explained
- A review of common purifying techniques
- An introduction into how Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) is used for characterization.
- Insights into the latest technology dev...
User manual for the NanoSight NS500 instrument
User manual for the NanoSight NS300 instrument
(Webinar - Recorded)
Characterizing the properties of liposomes and other drug delivery systems
(February 16 2016)
The Malvern NanoSight NTA system allows us to directly and reliably quantify extracellular vesicle yields from the cell lines under investigation, which is critical to this project.
Ohio State University
With NTA we are able to sensitively monitor the behavior of a nanoparticle over time in a variety of different media.
Département Environnement et Agro-biotechnologies at the CRP - Gabriel Lippmann.
NTA is a relatively new addition to the lab but is already bringing value to several areas of research.
Dr Krystelle Mafina
Queen Mary University
Malvern Instruments’ webinars, live chats and technical support are very useful and continue to help our researchers push the boundaries of materials and biomaterials science.
One of the great things about the Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis system is the unique visualization capability which enables real time empirical insight into key particle behavior, such as the propensity and rate of aggregation, as opposed to alternative techniques with often lengthy procedures.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis has provided us with an instantaneous way of looking at the behavior of the nanoparticles within a biological medium, providing insight unachievable with alternative analysis techniques.
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