The Calibration Correction Factor (CCF) for laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) calibration is the mathematical relationship between the fluorescence from a known concentration of the analyte and the associated signal detected by the instrument. An explanation of how it is calculated is provided in this article.
UV bandpass filters used with the fixed wavelength UV detectors or emission filters for the laser induced fluorescence (LIF) detector can be ordered from common optics companies such as Andover Optics or Newport Optics.
32 Karat software can be used with a company network 1) to control user logins and permissions via a Windows operating system (OS) network domain controller and 2) to allow access to network printers and hard drives.
The plate map used in the SCIEX charge heterogeneity capillary zonal electrophoresis (CZE) assay will help guide users in setting up the method in the tech bulletin "Analysis of Monoclonal Antibody Charge Variants by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis" (Beckman Coulter IB-17031A).