Synergy H1 多功能微量盤檢測儀
BioTek Synergy H1 is a modular multimode microplate reader, with monochromator-based optics and filter-based optics. The patented Hybrid Technology offers flexibility and sensitivity across a broad range of applications. The modular platform allows upgrading to expand functionality as your laboratory workflows change. Synergy H1 offers continuously variable bandwidth monochromators for fluorescence excitation and emission wavelength selection. Fluorescence bandwidth can be set between 9 and 50 nm, in 1 nm increments, allowing users to fully optimize reader settings to drive the best assay performance compared to fixed bandwidth systems.
- Hybrid plate reader: Flexibility and performance
- Upgradable to meet future application needs
- Variable bandwidth for sensitivity and specificity
- Automated z-focus: best performance with all plate types
- Extended dynamic range
- Environmental controls for cell-based assays
- Dual syringe injectors with specialized tips
- Micro-volume analysis with Take3 plate
- Cell based assays
- Biomarker Assays
- Micro-volume analysis of nucleic acid and protein
- Kinetic assays
- Micro-volume nucleic acid and protein quantification with the Take3 Micro-Volume Plate
Effect of increasing levels of ethanol on yeast growth
HTRF® ratios for AMD3011 and SDF1-alpha
Micro-volume (2 µL) quantification of up to 48 samples with Take3 Plate
These are just a few examples of the many important applications for Synergy H1. Visit our Applications page to see more.
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客戶焦點Biocontrol of Invertebrate Pests Using Natural Agents: Investigating Host-Pathogen Interactions with the BioTek Synergy H1
Biocontrol agents provide a safer alternative to chemical pesticides and insecticides for the agricultural and forestry industries, as well as human health. In this video, Dr Bethany Greenfield, Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in the Biocontrol and Natural Products (BANP) Group at Swansea University, describes her research into the use of Metarhizium anisopliae for the control of mosquitoes. Hear how the BioTek Synergy H1 enables the group to efficiently perform a range of analyses, from protein quantification to measuring insect stress response.