A disinfection robot (hydrogen peroxide sterilizer) is a sterilizer for the low-temperature sterilization process. Hydrogen peroxide is a highly efficient disinfectant that can be used for surface and air disinfection and is broad-spectrum, highly efficient, fast-acting, and non-toxic when killing various types of pathogenic microorganisms. So, here's some general knowledge about the maintenance of automatic disinfection robots!
Nucleic acid contamination is a problem that plagues the vast majority of laboratories, therefore, with contamination comes disinfection robots. Trace amounts of nucleic acid contamination can produce false-positive test results, which can lead to misdiagnosis and delay of the patient's condition. If this is allowed to develop, aerosol contamination can form and spread, eventually leading to contamination of the entire lab, which can be serious enough to close the lab and cause even more damage if there is no backup lab. This is when an autonomous disinfection robot is needed and see below.
Usually, indoor space and air disinfection are generally used in the three methods of ultraviolet disinfection, spray disinfection, ozone disinfection, now indoor space and air disinfection are generally used in the way of spray disinfection; this is very simple, just configure a professional disinfection robot, this disinfector can be disinfection solution atomization into 1-10 micron atomized particles so that all the disinfection solution "floating" in the air, the autonomous disinfection robot can not only disinfect the surface of objects but also kill airborne bacteria and viruses, eliminating the spread of viruses through aerosols. Here's how to use it!
The disinfection robot (hydrogen peroxide disinfector) can thoroughly disinfect and sterilize the space as a whole, without dead ends and residues, and is a new disinfection and sterilization equipment at home and abroad. This disinfector is mainly used for pathogen disinfection in confined environments, to rebuild a clean sterile environment, air + environmental object surface disinfection in one go, is a safe, environmentally friendly, efficient environmental purification technology. So, what are the advantages of this autonomous disinfection robot?
Single-use virus sampling kits are usually divided into two types, a non-inactivated type that protects the protein and nucleic acid of the virus, and an inactivated type that usually contains the lysis salt of the inactivated virus, which lyses the protein while protecting the nucleic acid. So how much do you know about the accounting sampling kit?
The main structure and performance of the medical sampling kit: usually consists of a swab or a cup with an antiseptic solution and a test tube. That is to provide non-sterile. The scope of application of the medical sampling kit is mainly used for sample collection, transportation, and storage, etc. Let's learn how to use the sampling kit and precautions.
If it is real-time fluorescence quantitative PCR for virus quantification and SNP genotyping, we need a PCR machine with the highest possible specificity; if it is pathogen and mRNA detection, we need high sensitivity PCR machine, so how should we optimize this PCR machine?
When PCR machines detect micro-infection factors, they are prone to various problems due to contamination. Therefore, when operating PCR machines, operators should strictly follow some operating procedures to minimize possible PCR contamination or eliminate the occurrence of contamination and other problems. The following will describe the use of PCR machines and precautions.
As the instrument of choice for gene amplification analysis, PCR machines are widely used in life science research, biochemical analysis, clinical diagnosis, drug analysis, forensic identification, and rapid epidemic testing. PCR machines are based on a biochemical technique called Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR for short). So, what are the different types of PCR machines and how are they used?