Most flexible plate reader with LVF monochromators
The CLARIOstar® is BMG LABTECH’s most flexible microplate reader, equipped with our revolutionary LVF monochromator™ technology. A combination of monochromators, filters, and spectrometer means that it does not compromise on sensitivity or flexibility. As well as its high performance in all detection modes, the CLARIOstar’s versatility also makes it ideal for assay development.
The CLARIOstar is a multi-mode microplate reader with advanced LVF Monochromators™, highly sensitive filters, and an ultra-fast UV/vis spectrometer. It is a modular microplate reader with up to seven different detection modes: fluorescence intensity (incl. FRET), fluorescence polarization, luminescence (including BRET), UV/vis absorbance, time-resolved fluorescence, TR-FRET, and AlphaScreen®/AlphaLISA®/AlphaPlex™.
- Innovative monochromators for increased sensitivity
- Fully-flexible wavelengths and bandwidths
- Spectral scanning in AS, FI and LUM
- Higher light transmission
- High-speed absorbance measurements
- Dedicated laser for Alpha Technology
- Live cell-based assays
- Low volume measurements
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
Ellman’s assay for in-solution quantification of sulfhydryl groupsRucha Bhat , Gregory Grover, PhD, Contraline Inc., Charlottesville, VA, 11/2018
Fluorescence polarization-based RNA synthesis assayStefan Reich , Stephen Cusack, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, 10/2018
Streamlining Next Generation Sequencing quality management using high throughput fluorometric DNA/RNA quantificationUlrike Bönisch , Laura Arrigoni , Diana Santacruz , Nadia Kress, Deep Sequencing Facility, Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics Freiburg, 09/2018