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MaxSignal® All-In-One ELISA AutoAnalyzer

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MaxSignal® All-In-One ELISA AutoAnalyzer is a computer controlled instrument system, capable of automating any or all stages of assay processing that involve these functions: • Fluid Handling - aspirates and dispenses from 2 µL to 1.95 mL • Incubating - heating temperatures - coil heats to 37°C, plate heats to 25°C or 37°C, or no temperature control (ambient). Reagent cooling available with optional Reagent Cooling Accessory • Mixing - reaction plate only • Timing - from 1 second to 24 hours • Optical Reading - UV/visible range • Calculating - uses numerous preprogrammed equations • Data Storage - unlimited capacity • Data Reporting - many options and customizations to choose from The system allows one to define and program an unlimited number of customized protocols by selecting displayed menu options from a Microsoft Windows® software program. This open system can be programmed to perform any of the colorimetric biochemistry assays that can be handled using the volumes, temperatures, and wavelengths provided. It has many possible applications in analysis of food and water, environmental testing and life science research.
Product MaxSignal® All-In-One ELISA AutoAnalyzer
Company BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
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Catalog Number 6001-10
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BIOO Scientific - Product Directory
3913 Todd Lane Suite 312 Austin, TX 78744, USA

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