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Magnetic bead separation with HydroFlex™ microplate washer
Tecan Group

HydroFlex™ magnetic bead separation for a broad range of applications • Tuneable wash conditions with range of protocols for magnetic beads • Shaking mode for fast mixing of beads • Strong magnets for fast settling of beads The HydroFlex microplate washer is a truly flexible plate washer that provides excellent automated microplate strip washing and vacuum filtration performance for 96-well microplate formats. This modular and upgradeable plate washer is ideal for a wide range of cell-, enzyme- and DNA-based applications in academia, biotech, pharma and clinical diagnostics, reflecting over 30 years of Tecan expertise in advanced liquid handling. The multifunctional HydroFlex microplate washer offers far greater flexibility than a standard plate microplate washer, and features user-interchangeable plate carriers for easy switching between washing and filtration applications to allow: • ELISA washing for improved consistency and reliability • Gentle washing of cell-based assays with adherent or weakly adherent cells • Microplate array washing for protein and antibody arrays • Vacuum filtration to waste for PCR cleanup after DNA amplification, etc. • Magnetic bead washing using MBS carrier

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