Upcycling Spectrophotometers. Achieving CLARiTY.

There are better known companies, but not better made spectrophotometers

From Prof Javier Abadia of Estacion Experimental de Aula Dei after the installation of his OLIS CLARiTY 245

“Yesterday and today we have worked with a variety of samples (including apple tissue, root nodules, flavins in nutrient solutions, flavins root sections, leaf pieces, barley seeds, iron oxide suspensions and phenolic iron compounds), both with [UV/Vis] absorbance and fluorescence measurements.”  After years of delivering CLARiTY spectrophotometers to laboratories working on living mammalian and bacterial cells, how interesting to see what brilliant breakthroughs a Plant Nutrition group will make.

OLIS CLARiTY 245 Absorbance + Fluorescence System

OLIS CLARiTY 245 Absorbance + Fluorescence System

New CLARiTY publication in 2017

Photoinactivation of Photosystem II in Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus

Murphy CD, Roodvoets MS, Austen EJ, Dolan A, Barnett A, Campbell DA

PLoS ONE 12(1): e0168991. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168991

campbell figure 2017


Seven new CLARiTY pubs in the last half of 2016!

See them all at: http://www.olisclarity.com/publications-cz83

In situ Spectroscopy Reveals that Microorganisms in Different Phyla Use Different Electron Transfer Biomolecules to Respire Aerobically on Soluble Iron

Robert C. Blake II, Micah D. Anthony, Jordan D. Bates, Theresa Hudson, Kamilya M. Hunter, Brionna J. King, Bria L. Landry, Megan L. Lewis and Richard G. Painter
Front. Microbiol., 08 December 2016 | http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2016.01963