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SpectraMax M4

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The SpectraMax® M4 Multi-Mode Microplate Reader dual monochromator optics allow the widest range of applications without the need to change filters and delivers single-mode performance in one multi-mode platform with the following detection modes:

- UV-Visible Absorbance (Abs)
- Fluorescence Intensity (FI)
- Glow Luminescence (Lumi)
- Time-Resolved Fluorescence (TRF)
The SpectraMax M4 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 M4 Microplate Reader transforms each well in a microplate to a fixed optical pathlength cuvette and can eliminate standard curves by allowing the calculation of concentrations directly from the absorbance with a known extinction coefficient, as exemplified with nucleic acid and protein quantitation.
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