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Microplate Readers

SpectraMax Paradigm
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Biochrom EZ Read 400 ELISA Microplate Reader
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Biochrom EZ Read 400 Flexi Microplate Reader
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Biochrom EZ Read 400 Research Microplate Reader
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EMax Endpoint ELISA Microplate Reader
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FilterMax F3
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FilterMax F5
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FlexStation 3
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FLUOstar Omega - Multimode Microplate Reading with Ultra-fast UV/Vis Absorbance
BMG Labtech GmbH
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Gemini EM Fluorescence Microplate Reader
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