PLEASE NOTE: This equipment is not located at the Surplus warehouse; it is located in Room G22 of the Molecular Sciences and Engineering Building on the main Seattle UW campus.
Serial # 1382966
This Biacore T100 consists of a processing unit, controlled from a PC running the Biacore T100 Control Software and is designed to provide up to 48 hours of unattended operation. The software is wizard-based for ease of use but can be customized by advanced users. Instrument comes with three different types of sample racks plus an option for a 96 or 384well plate. The T100 is equipped with high performance syringe pumps providing constant flow through fluidic handling system, and an onboard degassing unit obviating the need to degas buffer and reagent solutions. Both sample compartment and sensor compartment are temperature controlled.
The Biacore T100 is capable of detecting mass accumulation of analyte >100 Daltons, quantitating affinity interactions in the range from 1pM to 1mM, measuring kinetics of binding with kon in the 103-107 M-1s-1 range and koff in the range of 10-5 to 10-2 s-1. This instrument is also capable of measuring low analyte concentrations in the picomolar range under mass transport limited conditions, and performing injection and recovery of sample for mass spec analysis.
Instrument comes with two 1 liter solvent reservoirs, a 2 liter waste container, maintenance, and system check chips. Instrument reagent racks, maintenance tools, and IFC(used but working) will also be included.
Instrument is currently not able to aspirate solutions consistently. The assessment is that the injection block on the instrument needs to be replaced and the estimated cost of this replacement is $25k.
Dimensions: 600mm x 615mm x 680mm
Weight: 60 kg
Mains requirements: Autorange 100 to 240 VAC (+/-10%), 50-60 Hz, Class-1 equipment (protective earthing).
For specific questions, or to arrange for a viewing appointment, please contact John Sumida: 206-616-3971 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Equipment must be removed from site within 14 days of purchase. Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up & removal. All equipment is sold as-is, where-is without warranty by the University of Washington.