Accelerating your nucleic acid quantification for NGS
Automation is a key feature in high-throughput applications. An automated workflow usually requires the integration of different equipment, for example liquid handling systems, plate hotels and handlers, analysis instruments such as microplate readers and data handling systems.
All BMG LABTECH’s microplate readers are designed to be easily integrated into automated systems, all multimode plate readers have the same footprint and an accessible robot compatible plate carrier. The reader control language for robotic control commands has remained consistent ensuring the future proofing of any automated system.
BMG LABTECH's experienced software team can work with customers to help design any automation solution, and our software includes many automation features that allow flexibility without any programming – the ASCII data output is the most versatile in the industry and works with most LIMS and automation platforms.
Take a look at the features below for more information on the automation capabilities and applications of BMG LABTECH’s instruments.
Search our Resources section for information about specific applications, literature citations, videos, blog articles and many other publications. Many of the resources provided are associated with current and previous instrument models and versions.
Qubit™ RNA Quantiﬁcation of in vitro transcribed crRNAs using an Echo liquid handler and the CLARIOstar PlusMichael Andrew Crone (1,2) , Manoja Rasamanikkam (3), (1) Section of Structural and Synthetic Biology, Department of Infectious Disease, Imperial College London, SW7 2AZ , (2) UK Dementia Research Institute Care Research u. Technology Centre at Imperial College London , (3) BMG LABTECH, Aylesbury, UK, 04/2020
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
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
Quantifying double-stranded DNA with fluorescent dyes: Hoechst 33258 measured on a FLUOstar OmegaMarco Göttig (1) , Andrea Krumm (2) , Rabea Meyberg (1) , Kristian K. Ullrich (1) , Stefan A. Rensing (1), (1) Plant Cell Biology, Faculty of Biology, University of Marburg , (2) BMG LABTECH GmbH, 08/2018
PHERAstar measures AlphaScreen assay to develop selective inhibitors for the human YEATS domainsThomas Christott , Carmen Coxon , James Bennett , Charline Giroud , Octovia Monteiro , Oleg Fedorov, Structural Genomics Consortium, University of Oxford, UK, 04/2018