Liquid Scintillation Articles

Counting Samples on Cellulose-Ester Filters

A common radiotracer technique is to precipitate macromolecules (protein & DNA) with TCA or some other strong denaturant, collect the precipit

Preparing Tissue Samples for Scintillation Counting

Samples of animal or plant tissue are rarely thin or small enough to allow for full counting efficiency.

Counting Carbon Dioxide by LSC

Prior to the introduction of liquid scintillation counting, a primary route of radiotracer analysis was to combust the organic material and detect

Preparing Samples in PAGE Gels for LSC

Complex radioactive samples are often fractionated on polyacrylamide gels.

HPLC Flow Counting

Radiolabeled materials are often analyzed by chromatography.

Liquid Scintillation and Radiation Safety

Working with radioactive isotopes requires diligent attention to safety measures, in order to avoid hazardous exposure(s).


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