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Selecting the Correct Assay Plate
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Selecting the Correct Assay Plate

Selecting the Correct Assay Plate
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Selecting the Correct Assay Plate


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Correct assay plate selection is vital for successful research, whether users are performing absorbance, fluorescence or luminescence assays. Porvair Sciences offers a wide range of assay plates which are recognized as industry-leading tools for Pharma drug discovery and screening.

A new guide, contained within an updated assay plates mini catalogue, has been produced by Porvair to provide information and guidance on how to choose the correct assay plate for research.

By carefully selecting the correct plate type for users assay, it is possible to significantly improve results. By following the simple instructions set out in the guide, those tasked with assay development can ensure that their final assay has the best possible chance of success.

A table is included in the guide that summarizes the choices available for Assay Plate selection and indicates the plate type most likely to give the best results.

Porvair Sciences are happy to supply samples of their plates for evaluation free of charge, as different detection systems and differing assay development may lead to variances in results between ostensibly similar plate types.

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