The PlateReader AF2200 is the ideal device for quantifying biomolecules such as nucleic acids and proteins, and measuring fluorescence-based assays in a plate format.
Thanks to the large selection of filters, a wide variety of applications can be carried out in the UV/Vis range and a high number of fluorescence dyes can be detected. The device software features optimized, preprogrammed applications and a flexible selection of individual parameters. It also offers the option to freely program all parameters in order to meet special requirements. The PlateReader AF2200 unites the simplest programming and evaluation with maximum flexibility.
PlateReader AF2200 Features:
- Dual-mode plate reader for UV/Vis absorption and fluorescence intensity
- Optimal preconfigured, and freely configurable filter combinations
- Preprogrammed applications for quick start and simple evaluation (factor or standard series)
- Results display in Excel format
- Intuitive and clearly designed software
- Optional µPlate for measuring the smallest sample volumes using own application
- Temperature control and the option to shake the sample plate
PlateReader AF2200 Applications:
- Quantification of biomolecules via absorption measurements in the UV/Vis range
- Fluorescence intensity for sensitive nucleic acid quantification, cell-based assays and other applications
- Preprogrammed applications for standard series (e.g., colorimetric protein assays, cell-based applications, etc.)
- Preprogrammed applications for the Eppendorf µPlate G0.5
- Preprogrammed applications with factor evaluation (for use with Eppendorf plates)
- Freely programmable parameters
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