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Water is probably the most used reagent in every laboratory. This makes its purity—and consistency of purity—critical to obtaining accurate and reproducible experimental results. This is especially true for analytical techniques (e.g., LC-MS, ICP-MS) and genomic techniques [e.g., next-generation sequencing (NGS) and CRISPR] that are becoming increasingly sensitive.
Find below a selection of Technical Articles, Application Notes and Webinars where our Lab Water experts and scientists like you discuss:
If you require support to determine the best water purification solution for your laboratory and its applications, we invite you to:
Water for clinical labs must consistently be of the correct quality to assure accurate and reliable patient diagnostics. Read these articles to learn how water contamination can interfere with clinical assays, potentially causing errors, unstable results, delays and downtime.
Water for Clinical Chemistry
Water for Histology Staining
Ultrapure Water for LC-MS Biomedical Analyses
Assessing the Level of Bacteria in Purified Water
Water Purification Solutions for Clinical Laboratories
Sensitive analytical techniques are used to detect trace contaminants in our environment and drinking water. These techniques, such as ion chromatography (IC), LC-MS and ICP-MS require reagent water to be free of the analytes being measured. Read here about ensuring optimal water quality that is critical for results reliability and accuracy in environmental testing.
LC-MS Analysis of Hormones in Tap Water
Drinking Water Testing by Ion Chromatography using Ultrapure Water
Ultrapure Water for Determination of Toxic Elements in Environmental Analyses
Ultrapure Water for Perchlorate Analysis of Environmental Samples
Using the appropriate water quality for each step of your DNA or RNA workflow eliminates the risk of water contaminants (e.g. nucleases) interfering with nucleic acids and the many enzymatic reactions performed in these processes. It also helps by prevent instrument contamination.
Nuclease-Free Water at Your Fingertips
Water for Next-Generation Sequencing
Ultrapure Water for BPA-free Culture Media in Embryology Research
Our lab water expertise also covers industry segments, including the pharmaceutical industry, food and beverages testing, as well as electronics manufacturing.
EN ISO 11133 and Water for the Preparation and Performance Testing of Microbiological Culture Media
Ultrapure Water for Food and Beverage Analysis by Ion Chromatography
Ultrapure Water for Determination of Elemental Impurities in Pharmaceuticals
Ultrapure Water for Determination of Elemental Impurities per USP
Optimal Water Purification for Silica-sensitive Applications
Norms define different laboratory water grades for both technical and economic reasons. These norms help ensure that the correct water type is used for a specific application while limiting laboratory operating costs. For example, Type 1 ultrapure water is more expensive to produce than Type 2 pure or Type 3 reverse osmosis (RO) water.
What is the central reagent in the laboratory? Water, of course. Let us help your testing by providing tips for water quality to achieve reliable results.
Learn about the ISO 11133:2014 standard and the impact of water contaminants on microbiology culture media.
Learn about the potential impact of water purity on your experiments and how water is purified for use in the lab. You will also receive practical advice about how to obtain the best water quality.
Learn about the contaminants potentially present in water, and their impact on LC–MS analyses. Also learn how to obtain the best water quality for your experiments, and how this water should be optimally handled.
In this webinar, we cover the importance of water quality with a focus on ELISA-based diagnostic test applications.
The flexibility and ease-of-use of the Milli-Q® EQ 7000 ultrapure water system supports the efficiency of this Science and Engineering Lab at Imperial College London.
The simplicity, design and one-touch ease of use of t he Milli-Q® EQ 7000 ultrapure water system sat isfies the needs of t his stem cell laboratory in Singapore.
See how the Institute of Earth Physics of Paris uses Milli-Q® systems to analyze the rock samples by ion chromatography or ICP-MS — with the help of pure and ultrapure water.