Repeatability or the precision at which a measurement is collected is a key consideration when evaluating and interpreting data. Having a strong confidence in the reliability of the results leads to better decision making and more efficient experimental workflows. The Tycho™ NT.6 system provides a quick and precise method to monitor protein quality. In minutes, researchers are able to make better educated decisions on the quality of their sample materials and in turn improve their expression, purification and characterization workflows.
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