Upcycling Spectrophotometers. Achieving CLARiTY.

There are better known companies, but not better made spectrophotometers

Two new CLARiTY Publications in BioTechniques & Molecular Vision

Rapid and sensitive quantitation of heme in hemoglobinized cells

BioTechniques 61:83-91 (August 2016)

Jason R. Marcero, Robert B. Piel III, Joseph S. Burch, and Harry A. Dailey

Dailey spectra 8.2016

Pump-probe paradigm in an integrating cavity to study photodecomposition processes

Molecular Vision 2016; 22:953-958

Federico Gonzalez-Fernandez, Brandi Betts-Obregon, Andrew T. Tsin, and Richard J. DeSa

Federico spectra 2016

OLIS Research Scientist, Kyril Solntsev, presented CLARiTY data at the 7th Southeast Enzyme Conference

Kyril poster SEC 2016

Dick DeSa & Mas Kono of MUSC discuss results from the CLARiTY 1000 during his recent visit to OLIS

Mas Rods data image

Mas & Chief

Dr. Mas Kono of the Storm Eye Institute at Medical University of South Carolina visited OLIS last week to collect comparative data on a Bovine Rod Outer Segment (ROS) prep from both the CLARiTY and a traditional 1 cm2 spectrometer. ┬áHis parting remarks, “Bottom line though, it is a strong case for clarity.”