In general, samples can be dissolved in an aqueous solution, like one of our buffers.
eBQC Lab is a very versatile tool due to its ability to measure in almost every liquid sample and can be used in many biomedical fields from pharma, aging, exercise, nutrition, etc .
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Plant and vegetable extracts are also rich sources of antioxidants. Check theeBQC Natural Ingredients for its use with this samples, and discover all the possibilities in the field.
How to use
e-BQC LAB is very easy to use: Mix your sample with the buffer (only if necessary), place the strip in the slot, dispense a drop of sample and click the button to measure
e-BQC LAB works with disposable strips with an inert carbon material to dispense the drop.
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