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    Chlorophyll f Analysis Service

      Chlorophyll f, a newly discovered type of chlorophyll, is capable of absorbing light with energy wavelengths greater than 700 nanometers, meaning it can utilize an energy source referred to as "infrared." This capability makes chlorophyll f an essential player in photosynthesis, expanding the range of environments in which plants and cyanobacteria can survive. However, the presence and function of chlorophyll f are not fully understood, making its analysis crucial in biological research, botanical research, energy research, and more.



      Figure1. Chlorophyll f Molecular Structure


      Services at MtoZ Biolabs


      At MtoZ Biolabs, we provide comprehensive chlorophyll f analysis service, including the identification, quantitation, and characterization of chlorophyll f. Our platform is based on LC-MS, a highly sensitive and specific analytical technique that can detect and quantify trace compounds in complex samples.



      Figure2. Chlorophyll f Analysis Workflow




      • Botanical Research: Investigating the presence and distribution of chlorophyll f to understand its function and role in plants and cyanobacteria.


      • Energy Research: The infrared absorption capability of chlorophyll f may provide a new direction for the development of novel solar devices.


      • Environmental Science: Understanding the role of chlorophyll f in environmental changes may help explore how plants and cyanobacteria adapt to environmental changes.


      • Biological Research: Analyzing the structure and properties of chlorophyll f may contribute to understanding new mechanisms of photosynthesis.


      Sample Submission Requirements


      1. Sample Type

      Chlorophyll f analysis is applicable to various sample types, including:


      a. Plant samples: such as leaves, stems, flowers, and seeds.


      b. Cyanobacteria samples: such as cyanobacteria collected from the natural environment or cultured in the laboratory.


      c. Environmental samples: such as samples collected from water bodies or soil.


      2. Sample Storage

      Samples should be stored at -20°C or -80°C to minimize degradation before analysis. Appropriate labeling and storage conditions should be followed to avoid sample confusion or degradation.


      MtoZ Biolabs provides accurate and detailed data and analysis reports for metabolomics research. We can also customize methods or establish new methods together with our collaborators to suit the purpose and meet your specific needs. If you have any questions or specific requirements, please feel free to contact us.

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