Qubit® Fluorometric Quantitation Technical Resources
|Find technical resources for your Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer including a variety of application and technical notes such as Qubit® Quantitation Platform vs. the Nanodrop® Spectrophotometer and Testing for Bias in the Quant-iT™ RNA Assay. Also available are Qubit® frequently asked questions, citations, and valuable customer ratings & reviews.|
|Detection and quantitation of nucleic acids are vital to many biological studies. Historically, DNA and RNA have been quantified using spectrophotometry to measure absorbance at 260 nm. Although this method is most commonly used, it can be unreliable and inaccurate.|
Testing for Bias in the Qubit® RNA Assay
Single-stranded DNA in the Qubit® dsDNA Assays for the Qubit® Fluorometer
The Use of Glycogen and GlycoBlue™ Reagent in the Qubit® DNA and RNA Assays as Measured on the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer
Qubit® Fluorometer Quick Resources
See how your colleagues are using the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer with our library of references and citations.
Get the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions about the Qubit® 2.0 Fluorometer.
Ratings & Reviews
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