Enhanced Performance Using the Tecan Infinite® M200 Multimode Reader
22 Dec 2014

This technical note describes the performance of Sword Diagnostics’ new and more sensitive peroxidase detection system on the Tecan Infinite M200 multimode reader. The performance of this detection methodology is compared to currently used colorimetric (TMB), fluorescent (Amplex® Red and QuantaRed™) and chemiluminescent (Glo) detection methodologies.

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