UV LED decontamination using Phoseon’s KeyPro™ KP100 instrument benefits labs that require high fidelity RNA library prep, sequencing, and PCR, or for vaccine development labs that need to quickly and reliably inactivate viruses. Complete inactivation of laboratory contaminants, including the hard-to-kill RNase A, can be accomplished by the KeyPro UV LED decontamination system in under five minutes and at fraction of the cost of traditional methods.
Potential biological contaminants are pervasive and invisible in the laboratory. Miniscule amounts of common enzymes such as RNase can make an experimental series inaccurate. Standard techniques for decontaminating laboratory equipment can take hours. KeyPro™ UV LED decontamination system eliminates contamination without residue or rinsing, saving up to 90% of the time and cost of chemical decontamination. Application of UV LED technology benefits researchers through improved reliability of starting materials, shorter time required for preparation and inactivation of RNases, all while protecting valuable RNA samples from degradation and chemical contamination.
Phoseon’s patented Semiconductor Light Matrix (SLM™) technology encapsulates LED arrays, optics, and thermal cooling technology to maximize disinfection and/or decontamination performance and increase lab productivity.