[Plant-education] Re: UV-Vis-IR spectrophotometer

js1719 via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by js1719 from columbia.edu)
Sun Jul 27 16:29:55 EST 2008


I use an  all in one by Eppendorff (Biophotomer) that is a total  
workhorse and does all the DNA, RNA and protein assays. As a lab  
manager for 10 years I can say this is the most used item in the lab  
and yet has never broke once. You can get it from Fisher Scientific  
Education section for a decent discount. it lists at $4,585. but i  
paid $3,500 for a new one. http://www.fishersci.com/wps/portal/ 
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best
Julia



Julia E. Sable
Lab Manager
Sheetz Lab
Columbia University
Dept. of Biological Sciences
(646) 283 4421
js1719 from columbia.edu



On Jul 25, 2008, at 6:24 PM, Jon Greenberg wrote:

> [NSTA Biology]
> Please pardon the cross-posting.
>
> Can anyone suggest a UV-visible-IR spectrophotometer that could be  
> within the budget of a high school science department? I have no  
> idea how much such things cost nowadays.
>
> Many thanks.
>
> Jon Greenberg
> Sci_educ from yahoo.com
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