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BMG LABTECH is Attending ARABLAB 2012

Published: Thursday, March 22, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, March 22, 2012
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Company will be exhibiting at ARABLAB 2012 from March 26-29th. Visit Booth #408 to get a personal introduction to the SPECTROstar Nano and the POLARstar Omega microplate readers.

The SPECTROstar Nano represents a revolution in ultra-fast, full spectrum absorbance measurements for assays such as ELISA, DNA, RNA, and protein determination. Compatible with microplates, cuvettes, and low volume samples down to 2 µL, the SPECTROstar Nano is ideal for all laboratories seeking the finest absorbance microplate reader. Discover how ultra-fast, full spectrum analysis, which is unique to BMG LABTECH readers, can improve data quality for all types of absorbance assays.

Also featured at ARABLAB 2012, the POLARstar Omega is a multidetection life science microplate reader at an affordable price. The POLARstar Omega offers all detection modes including ultra-fast, full spectrum analysis as well as AlphaScreen®/AlphaLISA®, TR-FRET, and fluorescent polarization. In addition, the POLARstar Omega now has a new accessory, the Atmospheric Control Unit or ACU, which is perfect for all types of cell-based assays. Microprocessor controlled, the ACU maintains the optimal environment for cell-based assays by independently regulating two gases, CO2 and O2.

Besides exhibiting at Booth #408, BMG LABTECH will host an onsite BIOLAB seminar (Thursday, March 29, 16:20) titled “Rapid DNA Measurements in Low Volume Samples,” which will feature the SPECTROstar Nano and the LVis Plate for low volume measurements for DNA, RNA, or protein.

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