Absorbance plate reader with cuvette port
BMG LABTECH’s innovative absorbance microplate reader has the flexibility to perform assays quickly and easily in both microplates or via the built-in cuvette port. This spectrometer-based absorbance microplate reader captures a full UV/visible spectrum in less than 1 sec/well. Its speed, simple push button operation, and capacity to store individual assay protocols make the SPECTROstar® Nano the leading microplate reader for absorbance measurements.
The SPECTROstar Nano is equipped with BMG LABTECH’s ultra-fast UV/vis spectrometer, which allows users to measure full-spectrum absorbance (220 – 1000 nm) in less than 1 second per well. It is the ideal instrument to read all absorbance assays in a microplate or cuvette – with many common assay protocols predefined and available at the click of the mouse.
Oxygen Dissociation Assay (ODA): spectrophotometric based screening platform for hemoglobin-O2 afﬁnity modiﬁersMira P Patel (1) , Vincent Siu (1) , Abel Silva-Garcia (1) , Qing Xu (2) , Zhe Li (2) , Donna Oksenberg (1), (1) Biology Department , (2) Chemistry Department, Global Blood Therapeutics Inc., South San Francisco, CA, 06/2019
A pH determination method suitable for high-throughput approaches based on spectral absorbanceAndrew Witschi (1) , Carl Peters (2), (1) Hudson Robotics Inc., Springfield, NJ , (2) BMG LABTECH, Cary, NC , 04/2019
Ellman’s assay for in-solution quantification of sulfhydryl groupsRucha Bhat , Gregory Grover, PhD, Contraline Inc., Charlottesville, VA, 11/2018
Assay development for essential enzyme activity in the tegument of live SchistosomesMadhu Sundaraneedi (1) , Luke Becker (2) , Giovanni Abbenante (3) , Alex Loukas (2) , Grant Collins (1) , Mark Pearson (2), (1) School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences, University of New South Wales, Australia , (2) Australian Institute for Tropical Health and Medicine, James Cook University, Australia , (3) BMG LABTECH Australia, 12/2017
Detection of plant-synthesized nanoparticles and their antibacterial capacitySalem W. and Schild S., University of Graz , Institute of Molecular Biosciences , BioTechMed-Graz , Austria, 03/2017