When the samples are ground, does it matter how quickly they are processed – I have hundreds of samples and I think I will have to grind at least 96/per kit before processing a set. Is the time taken after grinding before processing further limited, just in case the sample changes its chemical composition?
My samples are wheat leaves grown under drought conditions. Some of them are small collections and I am concerned they may not reach 0.5 g as stated in the protocol. If say the sample is less than 05.g, e.g. 0.4g, does that mean I will need to use 3.6 ml of the extraction buffer, since 0.5 g to 4.5 ml is 1: 9 in ratio terms.
The freshly stored wheat leaf samples at -80 degrees Celsius will need to be freeze-dried – please state for how this needs to be. In addition, how is the grinding performed? What tools are used?
Detect Range: 20 μg/L-100 μg/L
Sensitivity: 5 μg/L
Detect Range: 78.125 ng/mL-5000 ng/mL
Sensitivity: 69.748 ng/mL
Detect Range: 15.625 ng/mL-1000 ng/mL
Sensitivity: 13.797 ng/mL
Detect Range: 1.56 ng/mL-100 ng/mL
Sensitivity: 0.39 ng/mL
Detect Range: 1.562 ng/mL-100 ng/mL
Sensitivity: 1.102 ng/mL
Detect Range: 0.156 ng/mL-10 ng/mL
Sensitivity: 0.039 ng/mL
Detect Range: 1.563 ng/mL-100 ng/mL
Sensitivity: 1.332 ng/mL
Detect Range: 31.25 pg/mL-2000 pg/mL
Sensitivity: 0.002 pg/mL
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