Mabtech IRIS™ by Mabtech

Manufacturer Mabtech  |  Available Worldwide
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A next-generation, 4-color FluoroSpot and ELISpot  reader using RAWspot™ technology that ensures reliable multiplexing.


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Mabtech IRIS™

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    Value for money
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Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: Fluorospot reading

"The IRIS elispot reader makes Eli/Fluorospot reading easy and efficient, two things that were missing in this field!"

Review date: 14 Mar 2019 | Mabtech IRIS™

Exact spot centers ensure reliable multiplexing

The power of the RAWspotTM technology lies in its unparalleled ability to detect accurate spot centers in all FluoroSpot wells analyzed.

This is an essential factor as location of the center point forms the basis of the method for identifying cells secreting multiple analytes.

New dimension of data

Using the increased processing power of modern graphics cards, the innovative RAWspotTM technology extracts a 3-dimensional volume for each spot, corresponding to the relative amount of secreted analyte. This new dimension of spot-data is called Relative Spot Volume (RSV).

For ELISpot and FluoroSpot

Even with thousands of spots and regardless if you are using enzymatic or fluorescent based detection, RAWspotTM technology consistently and accurately detects every spot.

Scientific signal processing

RAWSpot™ technology processes the wide dynamic range of the image RAW signal in contrast to analysis of flat 8-bit images, like JPEG or TIF. Image RAW represents the uncompressed signal straight from the camera sensor, thus avoiding the problem of over-saturated spots.