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Launch of Two New Platforms for Microplate Analysis Expands Reader Portfolio and Ensures Molecular Devices Readers Meet all Combinations of Customer Needs
Date:9/14/2010

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Read What you Want When You Want with the SpectraMax Paradigm Multi-Mode Microplate Reader

The new patent-pending SpectraMax Paradigm Platform is the only multi-mode detection platform on the market today that allows users to upgrade the functionality of their instrument directly—no service call, no factory shipment. Upgrading is as easy as selecting from over 20 mix-and-match detection cartridges and inserting them into one or more of 12 instrument slots. A single cartridge can be changed in less than 2 minutes—the instrument can be fully reconfigured in 10 to 20 minutes. This unmatched flexibility provides a platform that can easily be adapted to meet constantly evolving application needs and ever advancing detection technologies while accommodating most budgets. With multiple detection modes, including AlphaScreen and HTRF, as well as 1536-well microplate compatibility to support high-through screening, the SpectraMax Paradigm Reader is ideal for drug discovery & development, particularly for assay development, lead identification, and lead optimization.

Unmatched Assay Performance is Now Within the Reach of any Life Science Laboratory with the new FilterMax F3 & F5 Multi-Mode Readers

The new, patented FilterMax F Series Platform delivers a unique combination of value, performance, and sensitivity, putting high-performance multi-detection capabilities into the hands of any life science researcher. This unique filter-based platform delivers unmatched assay performance across a broad range of life science applications, and currently offers two models: the F3 with absorbance, fluorescence, and luminescence detection modes and the F5 with those same modes plus fluorescence polarization and time resolved fluorescence modes.

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