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Molecular Devices, LLC Introduces SoftMax Pro® 6 Microplate Data Acquisition and Analysis Software With Powerful New Data Analysis and Reporting Features
Date:10/27/2011

Pro® 6 Software works with Molecular Devices' SpectraMax® absorbance readers, Gemini™ XPS and EM fluorescence readers, SpectraMax Paradigm® platform, M-series, and FilterMax Series microplate readers.

Designed exclusively for the unique requirements and preferences of microplate instrumentation, SoftMax Pro 6 software offers a clean interface with easy access to the most common tasks based on Microsoft's ribbon interface. SoftMax Pro 6 software expands the data analysis features even further with new Syntax Helper, additional curve fits, 3-D graphing, side-by-side data comparison, and plate cloning. SoftMax Pro 6 also enhances the customization tools with all-inclusive reporting containing live mini-graphs and tables, image display, and layout flexibility. The new SoftMax Pro 6 requires minimal training for everyone in your lab and will maximize your productivity with the expanded feature offering.

About Molecular Devices, LLC

At Molecular Devices we have one focus—our customers. Whether a long-time user, recent adopter, or prospective customer, your needs fuel our actions. We hire creative, best-in-class people to design, manufacture, and commercialize analytical instruments, software, and assays as well as provide dedicated follow-on support. Understanding your laboratory workflow is our top priority, and we direct product development toward solving your unique issues. Our instruments offer a full spectrum of detection technologies and meet all throughput needs—from dedicated, single-readout devices to multi-readout systems. Our goal is to deliver highly relevant analytical products to detect biology, decode data, and drive discovery. With headquarters in Silicon Valley and offices around the globe, we support and enrich efforts of the international BioResearch, BioPharma, and BioTesting communities. Visit us today at www.MolecularDevices.com.

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