The J-810 Series Circular Dichroism spectrophotometer is commonly used in the UV region of the spectrum to obtain information about protein secondary structure, in a wavelength range from 163nm to 900 nm. This instrument is equipped with a computer-controlled Peltier device and offers confidence in the data from characterization studies of biomolecule structure, function and stability under a wide variety of experimental conditions. Quantitative multivariate analysis program for the estimation of protein secondary structures from the CD spectra is also provided. Spectra Manager™ software is a comprehensive lab companion for capturing and processing data, eliminating the need to learn multiple software programs and allowing data from more than one instrument to be manipulated and displayed together on the same platform.
Light source: 150 W Xenon arc lamp (air cooled), Sample chamber: small or large - designed for various experimental techniques, Wavelength range: ~163 to ~900 nm (standard), Four Channel Simultaneous Data Acquisition: Input channels: 2 internal plus 2 external signals can be acquired simultaneously.