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BD Monolight 3096 Microplate Luminometer from BD Biosciences Pharmingen

ProductsBD Monolight 3096 Microplate Luminometer from BD Biosciences Pharmingen
Company BD Biosciences Pharmingen
Item BD Monolight 3096 Microplate Luminometer
Price $16,750.00
Description The MONOLIGHT 3096 Microplate Luminometer has been designed for the detection of chemi- and bioluminescence and for all measurements of glow and flash luminescence on microplates, i.e. for reactions where the light remain nearly constant over a longer period of time, as well as for very fast reactions requiring at least one injection during measurement. The MONOLIGHT 3096 was designed to be used with the add-on injector unit for measurement requiring injection in the instrument. This unit allows injection of up to two substances in the instrument, even during measurement.
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USA
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