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SpectraMax M3

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The SpectraMax® M3 Multi-Mode Microplate Reader dual monochromatic optics allows the widest range of applications to be utilized for bioresearch applications all without the need to change filters, and provides three modes of detection in one platform.

- UV-Visible Absorbance (Abs)
- Fluorescence Intensity (FI)
- Glow Luminescence (Lumi)
The SpectraMax M3 Microplate Reader is the standard for UV/visible multi-mode reader absorbance, providing ultrafast, full spectral range detection for cuvettes, 96-, and 384-well microplates.

Using the patented PathCheck® Pathlength Measurement Technology, the SpectraMax M3 Microplate Reader transforms each well in a microplate to a fixed optical path length cuvette, and can eliminate standard curves by allowing the calculation of concentrations directly from the absorbance with a known extinction co-efficient, as exemplified with nucleic acid and protein quantification.
Product SpectraMax M3
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