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lumiomegaLUMIstar OMEGA

LUMIstar OMEGA - The dedicated DLReady® certified microplate luminometer LUMIstar OMEGA offers the highest sensitivity when reading flash and glow luminescence runs and versatility through the built-in "smart" injectors, filter wheels, shaking function, incubation up to 65°C. In addition, a gas connector for support of all types of cell-based assays. In BRET applications, can also simultaneous dual emission detection be possible. As a readers of the OMEGA series, LUMIstar OMEGA also benefits the following outstanding properties.
Built-in "smart" injectors that dispenses reagents and initiate kinetic events (eg following protein denaturation or formation of various products in an enzymatic reaction over time)
Upgradeable to FLUOstar OMEGA or POLARstar OMEGA with UV/Vis spectrometer
Templates for transferring standards, building complex data reduction protocols and to use the stored test protocols
Versatile kinetics enables measurements endpunkt, slow or fast kinetic processes
Real time consumption of kinetic processes
Integrated filter wheel for studies of color discrimination
Microplate capacity up to 384 wells
"Quick Start" allows users to read plates with just three keystrokes
Impressive well-scanning function allows the cell-based assays in a simple way
Extended temperature control up to 65°C
Stacker and robot compatibility

 

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