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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.

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NanoSight NS300 Optimized for fluorescence work. Image
Measurement
Particle size, Particle concentration, Protein aggregation
Particle size range
10nm to 2000nm
Technology
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
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NanoSight NS500 Single particle zeta potential platform with integrated fluidics for automation. Image
Measurement
Particle size, Particle concentration, Protein aggregation, Zeta potential
Particle size range
10nm to 2000nm
Technology
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, Electrophoretic Light Scattering
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NanoSight LM10 Affordable, highly flexible format with interchangeable lasers. Image
Measurement
Particle size, Particle concentration, Protein aggregation
Particle size range
10nm to 2000nm
Technology
Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis
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NTA: Exosomes and Microvesicles - General Whitepaper (English)

The need to characterize different properties of nanomaterials continues to grow rapidly. Since the commercialization of the technique in 2004, Nanoparticle tracking Analysis (NTA) has become increasingly prevalent in a wide variety of different rese...


Keywords: English Whitepaper Particle concentration Particle size NanoSight NS500 NanoSight NS300 NanoSight LM10 Exosomes and microvesicles Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis Fluorescence detection 

NanoSight NTA Concentration Measurement Upgrade Technical Note (English)

NanoSight instruments with upgraded concentration measurement have increased concentration measurement accuracy and repeatability. This provides improved measurement robustness and removes the influence of user settings. Data is shown here that illus...


Keywords: Nanoparticles English Technical Note Particle concentration Particle size NanoSight range Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis 

Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) for time-resolved, reproducible nanoparticle characterization under environmentally relevant conditions Poster (English)

With ever-increasing amounts of nanomaterials being commercially produced and utilized, there exists a need to determine the lifecycle and fate of these materials, with an understandable focus on potentially toxic effects. This poster describes ...


Keywords: Nanoparticles English Poster Particle concentration Particle size NanoSight range Ecotoxicology Nanotoxicology Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis Fluorescence detection 


Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) characterization of polymer colloids Poster (English)

NTA was successfully used to characterize a broad range of polymer particles and polymer suspensions for various applications including thermo responsive polymers, mix size polymer microspheres as well as drug delivery vesicles.


Keywords: Nanoparticles English Poster Particle concentration Particle size Colloids Biological drug characterization and development NanoSight LM10 Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis Fluorescence detection 
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NTA is a relatively new addition to the lab but is already bringing value to several areas of research. For example, the ability to visualize particles over time is allowing one research group developing self-assembling proteins to trace the changes in size of their molecules over time to better understand the dynamics of aggregation.


Dr Krystelle Mafina, Queen Mary University, United Kingdom

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