milliprobe

milliprobe

(ˈmɪlɪˌprəʊb)
n
an instrument that analyses very small quantities of material
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The company uses EMD Millipore's MilliPROBE Real Time Detection System for Mycoplasma to execute this rapid technology.
Also, Millipore's MilliPROBE Real Time Detection System is capable of processing volumes of material comparable to the compendial method.
"We are now able to package MTC-NI tests with our mycoplasma clearance products to meet customers' immediate needs, while strengthening relationships and gaining feedback that will help us to develop and sell our next-generation MilliPROBE nucleic add tests."
(1.) Richard Schwab et al, "The Proton Milliprobe Ink Analysis of the Harvard B-42, Volume II," Papers of tlae Bibliographical Society ofAmerica 81(1987): 403-32.
This was followed by a section on "Advances in Scientific Investigation and Automation," presenting six pieces on the impact of science on books and manuscripts, scientific equipment, the proton milliprobe and its use in analyzing early printed books, paper analysis, and the need for standards in the burgeoning (though pre-Internet) electronic environment.
The X-ray fluorescence measurements are made on a Bell Laboratories X-ray milliprobe spectrometer.
has launched the MilliPROBE Detection System for Mycoplasma for the early detection of mycoplasma contamination.
According to the company, the MilliPROBE Detection System cuts detection time from between 28 and 35 days (for traditional culture-based technology) to four hours, enabling manufacturers to test more frequently and take corrective action sooner.