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Can I use the “Warburg-Formula” with the BioPhotometer plus for determining the protein concentration at 280 nm?

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Can I use the “Warburg-Formula” with the BioPhotometer plus for determining the protein concentration at 280 nm?

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No, this is unfornutately not possible, but in the result display the absorbance at 280 nm and 260 nm is shown. So it is possible to calculate the protein concetration via the “Warburg-Formula” manually: c(Protein) = 1,55 x E(280) – 0,757 x E(260). Please note that photometric measurement of the protein concentrion in the UV-range only suitable for pure and homogeneous protein solutions.

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