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Simultaneous Dual Emission Detection for Fast Kinetic BRET Assays
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Summary
Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer (BRET) is a system for monitoring intermolecular interactions in vivo. The BRET2™ demo kit has been used to prove the feasibility of performing a BRET assay on the POLARstar OPTIMA microplate reader. The POLARstar OPTIMA’s internal reagent injectors for 384-well plate format combined with high-end simultaneous dual emission detection offer a unique advantage for fast kinetic assays where simultaneous emission detection at two wavelengths is required.

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