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
Assessing parallelism using Parallel Line Analysis (PLA) in MARSMario Schneider (1), Michael Haitz (1), Klaus-Jürgen Ziegler (1), Carl Peters (2), (1) BMG LABTECH GmbH, Ortenberg, Germany; (2) BMG LABTECH Inc., Cary NC, USA, 02/2019
Measurement of red fluorescent dyes for improved multiplexing capabilities and cellular assays on the CLARIOstar PlusAndrea Krumm, BMG LABTECH GmbH, 77799 Ortenberg, Germany, 02/2019
CLARIOstar Plus simplifies enzymatic reaction monitoring with its novel Enhanced Dynamic Range (EDR) technologyMario Schneider, Jendrik Marbach , , BMG LABTECH GmbH, Ortenberg, Germany, 02/2019
Expression of a stable green fluorescent protein mutant in group B streptococcus. Growth, detection and monitoring, with the CLARIOstarMatthew J. Sullivan , Glen C. Ulett, School of Medical Science and Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Grifﬁth University, Australia, 12/2018
A protein-based biosensor for mRNAAlexander Cook , Christopher P. Toseland, School of Biosciences, University of Kent, UK, 12/2018