FAQ

How does the Fluidity One compare to a Bradford assay?

Bradford is a long-standing method that quantifies protein using the change in optical properties of the dye Coomassie on binding to protein.

The Bradford assay is highly variable between proteins, is sensitive to even low levels of additives and impurities, and has a narrow dynamic range, so it is important to dilute your protein into the right concentration range.

The Fluidity One offers higher sensitivity, less calibration-dependence, and faster, fully automated, readings than Bradford assay and uses less of your sample.

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