Most flexible Plate Reader for Assay Development
The new CLARIOstar® Plus is the latest addition to our family. Our most flexible multi-mode plate reader comes equipped with our patented LVF Monochromators™, filters, and spectrometer. Flexibility combined with the best sensitivity of its class, and our newly developed Enhanced Dynamic Range technology, make it the ideal reader for assay development.
The CLARIOstar Plus is a multi-mode microplate reader with advanced LVF Monochromators™, highly sensitive filters, and an ultra-fast UV/vis spectrometer. The Enhanced Dynamic Range and automatic focus technologies make manual settings superfluous and detection optimisation easier than ever.
Atmospheric Control Unit, temperature incubation, multiple shaking, well scan and reagent injectors make the CLARIOstar Plus the ideal platform for any live cell-based assay.
- Innovative monochromators for increased sensitivity
- Fully-flexible wavelengths and bandwidths
- Spectral scanning in ABS, FI and LUM
- Largest dynamic range with no manual intervention
- Rapid full-plate autofocus
- Dedicated features for live cell-based assays
- Ultra-fast data sampling (100 measurements/second)
- Dedicated laser for Alpha Technology
Antiviral assay based on expression of fluorescent proteins by the virusesAhlam Ali (1), , Manoja Rasamanikkam (2), , Ultan Power (1) , (1) Queen’s University Belfast , (2) BMG LABTECH, 03/2021
LAMP assay for detecting SARS-CoV-2 RNA using an absorbance-based colorimetric readoutAnn-Cathrin Volz, , Martin Mangold, BMG LABTECH 77799 Ortenberg, Germany, 03/2021
High-throughput ELISA ready to analyse in 90-minutes: 384-well SimpleStep ELISA with the PHERAstar FSXJamie Campbell (1) , Oliver Carney (2) , , (1) Abcam, Cambridge, UK , (2) BMG LABTECH, Aylesbury, UK, 01/2021
Studying the molecular mechanism of viral replication in real time using the CLARIOstar Plus with ACUMarko Noerenberg (1) , Vincenzo Ruscica (2) , Alfredo Castello (1,2*), (1) MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research, 464 Bearsden Road, Glasgow G61 1QH, Scotland (UK) , (2) Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford, South Parks road, OX1 3QU, Oxford, (UK) *Correspondence to: email@example.com, 11/2020
DNA quantification using absorbance (A260) and fluorescent methods (Qubit™ and Quant-iT™/PicoGreen™)Andrea Krumm, BMG LABTECH GmbH, 77799 Ortenberg, Germany, 10/2020