• Fluorescent beads in 6 different fluorescent intensities with all line excitation and overall emission in the visible spectrum. 3,6 µm very uniform in size.
  • Consist of a blank (non) bead, a one peak positive fluorescent beads and a bead with 6 different fluorescent instensities. All line excitation and overall emission in the visible spectrum.
  • Polymer Microsphere Suspensions
  • Polymer Microsphere Suspensions
  • series by Applied Microspheres is a product line consisting of polystyrene particle suspensions with precisely defined numbers of particles. It is designed for pharmaceutical quality control laboratories to facilitate calibration and validation processes for liquid particle counters. Laboratories observing QC protocols meeting the US, Japanese and Korean Pharmacopeia requirements, are obliged to use standards supplied or defined by the US, Japanese or Korean Pharmacopeia organisations to perform mandatory (6 monthly) tests. PharmaCount™ US, Pharma- Count™ JP and PharmaCount™ Bi-Cal meet the specifications of these standards and are therefore ideally suited to perform (intermediate) tests to ensure that their instruments are always correctly calibrated, thereby safeguarding USP, JP and KP compliancy.
  • series by Applied Microspheres is a product line consisting of polystyrene particle suspensions with precisely defined numbers of particles. It is designed for pharmaceutical quality control laboratories to facilitate calibration and validation processes for liquid particle counters. Laboratories observing QC protocols meeting the US, Japanese and Korean Pharmacopeia requirements, are obliged to use standards supplied or defined by the US, Japanese or Korean Pharmacopeia organisations to perform mandatory (6 monthly) tests. PharmaCount™ US, Pharma- Count™ JP and PharmaCount™ Bi-Cal meet the specifications of these standards and are therefore ideally suited to perform (intermediate) tests to ensure that their instruments are always correctly calibrated, thereby safeguarding USP, JP and KP compliancy.
  • series by Applied Microspheres is a product line consisting of polystyrene particle suspensions with precisely defined numbers of particles. It is designed for pharmaceutical quality control laboratories to facilitate calibration and validation processes for liquid particle counters. Laboratories observing QC protocols meeting the US, Japanese and Korean Pharmacopeia requirements, are obliged to use standards supplied or defined by the US, Japanese or Korean Pharmacopeia organisations to perform mandatory (6 monthly) tests. PharmaCount™ US, Pharma- Count™ JP and PharmaCount™ Bi-Cal meet the specifications of these standards and are therefore ideally suited to perform (intermediate) tests to ensure that their instruments are always correctly calibrated, thereby safeguarding USP, JP and KP compliancy.
  • series by Applied Microspheres is a product line consisting of polystyrene particle suspensions with precisely defined numbers of particles. It is designed for pharmaceutical quality control laboratories to facilitate calibration and validation processes for liquid particle counters. Laboratories observing QC protocols meeting the US, Japanese and Korean Pharmacopeia requirements, are obliged to use standards supplied or defined by the US, Japanese or Korean Pharmacopeia organisations to perform mandatory (6 monthly) tests. PharmaCount™ US, Pharma- Count™ JP and PharmaCount™ Bi-Cal meet the specifications of these standards and are therefore ideally suited to perform (intermediate) tests to ensure that their instruments are always correctly calibrated, thereby safeguarding USP, JP and KP compliancy.
  • Applied Microspheres’ Zeta Potential Controls consist of negatively charged polystyrene particle suspensions that are designed for reproducible zeta potential validation. A special formulation ensures that the negative charge is stronger than is the case with common polystyrene suspensions. The suspension has a negligible content of charged surfactant, resulting in the reduction of background noise. Applied Microspheres Zeta Potential Controls are supplied in single use, 3 ml or 10 ml luer lock syringes, packaged in boxes of 10 or 18 syringes. Shelf life is 18 months from date of packaging. They can be stored at room temperature.
  • Applied Microspheres’ Zeta Potential Controls consist of negatively charged polystyrene particle suspensions that are designed for reproducible zeta potential validation. A special formulation ensures that the negative charge is stronger than is the case with common polystyrene suspensions. The suspension has a negligible content of charged surfactant, resulting in the reduction of background noise. Applied Microspheres Zeta Potential Controls are supplied in single use, 3 ml or 10 ml luer lock syringes, packaged in boxes of 10 or 18 syringes. Shelf life is 18 months from date of packaging. They can be stored at room temperature.
  • Applied Microspheres’ Zeta Potential Controls consist of negatively charged polystyrene particle suspensions that are designed for reproducible zeta potential validation. A special formulation ensures that the negative charge is stronger than is the case with common polystyrene suspensions. The suspension has a negligible content of charged surfactant, resulting in the reduction of background noise. Applied Microspheres Zeta Potential Controls are supplied in single use, 3 ml or 10 ml luer lock syringes, packaged in boxes of 10 or 18 syringes. Shelf life is 18 months from date of packaging. They can be stored at room temperature.
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