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非滤光片型微孔板读板机,借助于精确、稳定的温度调控方式,确保获得检测结果的稳定性

SpectraMax ABS 和 ABS Plus 光吸收微孔板读板机在 ELISA、微生物生长和蛋白定量等各种检测中都具有灵活性、灵敏性和便利性。两款读板机都配备了 8 通道检测器,可实现快速检测,其中 ABS Plus 还配备了我们专利的 PathCheck™ 传感器。非温度依赖型 PathCheck 传感器会自动校正移液误差,从而归一化检测结果,确保获得准确的吸光度值。结合广泛的应用基础、业内领先的 SoftMax® Pro 软件和验证工具,微孔板读板机可用于每个实验室及多种不同的预算需求。

  • 无需滤光片

    无需滤光片

    凭借光栅型单色器,无需为购买和更换滤光片而烦恼,实现任意波长的选择,可轻松获得可见光区和紫外-可见光区的吸光度值。

  • 获得一致的结果

    获得一致的结果

    软件将混合功能编入程序,微孔板可彻底混合样品,温度控制从环境温度到 45°C ,灵敏的温度调节监测能力。

  • 易于整合

    易于整合

    进行微量测定:与 SpectraDrop™ 微量微孔板兼容,可在低体积 (< 5ul) 下实现高通量测定,是 DNA、RNA 和蛋白定量的理想之选。

SpectraMax ABS Plus 功能演示

特点

  • 避免移液误差

    此读板机具有 Molecular Devices 的专利 PathCheck® 传感器来测量微孔板中的样品高度(光学路径长度)。无需标准曲线也可达到定量检测的目的。

  • 优化的光学路径

    此微孔板读板机(酶标仪)采用独特的石英光纤可极大限度地减少杂散光干扰,以便获得精准的读值。光谱分辨率可确保 DNA 吸光度测定的准确度。

  • 8 通道检测器

    此微孔板读板机(酶标仪)的光学设计与双光束分光光度计一致。每个通道都配备独立的样品检测器和参比检测器。8 通道检测器可提高微孔板检测的精确度和速度。

  • 双波长读取

    此微孔板读板机(酶标仪)支持圆底、平底或半孔板检测。双波长检测获得的数据报告给出每个波长的真实吸光度值,从而简化数据分析流程。

  • 高灵活性,可支持多种类型的微孔板

    SpectraMax® 光吸收微孔板读板机(酶标仪)可在同一仪器,既支持立式比色皿的检测,也支持标准微孔板的检测。支持使用标准比色皿或 96 孔或 384 孔微孔板进行检测,获得单个样品的结果或同时获得多达 384 个样品的结果。

  • 轻松验证

    利用 NIST 可追溯标准,使用 SpectraTest® ABS1 光吸收验证板来验证吸光度值的准确度。可根据您的时间安排在您自己的实验室里完成检测。

经验证的 GxP 解决方案可确保数据完整性和合规性

我们为 GMP/GLP 实验室提供一整套经过验证的合规性解决方案,可以帮助您快速、自信地建立合规实验室。

  • 一流的微孔板读板机和洗板机可支持您的所有实验需求
  • IQ/OQ/PM 服务以数字化和合规格式保存仪器记录
  • 软件安装服务可验证并记录所需的组件是否按操作规范安装
  • 软件验证服务支持美国食品药品监督管理局 (FDA) 21 CFR Part 11 指南
  • 采用可追溯的验证板来检验您的微孔板读板机性能,帮助您得到可靠结果
适用于 GMP-GLP 实验室的 GxP 合规性解决方案

 

SpectraMax ABS 和 ABS Plus 光吸收 ELISA 微孔板读板机的应用

SpectraMax ABS 和 ABS Plus 光吸收 ELISA 微孔板读板机的技术参数和可选配置

 

*使用最低的设置和速度读取。

**仅适用于 SpectraMax ABS Plus。

SpectraMax ABS 和 ABS Plus 光吸收 ELISA 微孔板读板机的资源

报告内容
视频和网络研讨会
用于食品和饮料检测的微孔板技术

用于食品和饮料质量检测的微孔板分析技术

第 5 周视频略缩图

微孔板读板机的都市神话:读取-复制-粘贴-分析。重复...... 听起来很熟悉?

第 4 周视频略缩图

微孔板读板机的都市神话:超越基础 - 实时、分辨时间和转移能量

第 3 周视频略缩图

微孔板读板机的都市神话:“优化?但手册上说达到 490 nm 我就应该高兴了!”

 第 1 周视频略缩图

微孔板读板机的都市神话:OD、RFU 或 RLU - 它们究竟是什么,还有为什么越大并不总是越好!

第 2 周视频略缩图

微孔板读板机的都市神话:哪一款微孔板读板机?决策很重要,以及如何减少困惑!

ELISA 终点实验步骤

如何设置 ELISA 终点法实验步骤

SpectraMax ABS 和 ABS Plus 光吸收微孔读板机(酶标仪)

SpectraMax ABS 和 ABS Plus 光吸收微孔读板机(酶标仪)

SpectraMax ABS Plus 功能演示

  • Citation
    Dated: Nov 01, 2016
    Publication Name: Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research

    Effect of Caffeine on Biofilm Formation and Capsule Size on Pseudomonas aeruginosa

    Caffeine is a stimulant naturally found in coffee beans and is consumed daily by millions of people. Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PA) is a gram-negative opportunistic microbe known to be the main cause for pneumonia in cystic fibrosis and is observed in many hospital-acquired infections. View more

    Caffeine is a stimulant naturally found in coffee beans and is consumed daily by millions of people. Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PA) is a gram-negative opportunistic microbe known to be the main cause for pneumonia in cystic fibrosis and is observed in many hospital-acquired infections.

    Contributors: Byron Trinh, California State Polytechnic University - Pomona, Cynde Mai, California State Polytechnic University - Pomona, John K. Chan Dr., California State Polytechnic University - Pomona  
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  • Citation
    Dated: Nov 11, 2010
    Publication Name: Journal of Dairy Science

    Feeding rolled barley grain steeped in lactic acid modulated energy status and innate immunity in dairy cows

    Feeding dairy cows large proportions of cereal grain is commonly associated with rumen acidosis, activation of innate immunity, and perturbation of intermediary metabolism. We previously showed that steeping barley grain in 0.5% lactic acid (LA) decreased the rate of starch degradation, lowered the risk of subacute rumen acidosis, modulated rumen… View more

    Feeding dairy cows large proportions of cereal grain is commonly associated with rumen acidosis, activation of innate immunity, and perturbation of intermediary metabolism. We previously showed that steeping barley grain in 0.5% lactic acid (LA) decreased the rate of starch degradation, lowered the risk of subacute rumen acidosis, modulated rumen fermentation profile, and increased milk fat content in dairy cows. This study sought to investigate whether feeding of LA-treated barley grain would affect carbohydrate and lipid metabolism as well as innate immunity. Eight rumen-fistulated late-lactation (approximately 217 d in milk, DIM) Holstein cows were randomly assigned, in a 2 × 2 crossover design, to 1 of the 2 dietary treatments consisting of 27% (dry matter basis) rolled barley grain steeped for 48 h in an equal volume (wt/vol) of tap water (CTR) or 0.5% LA (TRT). Each experimental period lasted 21 d, with the first 11 d for diet adaptation. Blood and rumen samples were collected on d 12, 15, 17, and 21 of the experimental period before the morning feeding to evaluate the effects of dietary treatment on preprandial day-to-day variation of plasma and rumen variables. To establish the effect of treatment on diurnal variation of plasma variables, blood samples were collected on the last day of each period at 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 h after the morning feeding (i.e., 0800 h). Results of the day-to-day study showed that cows fed the TRT diet had greater overall preprandial concentrations of glucose, cholesterol, and insulin, and a lower concentration of haptoglobin in plasma. Diurnal data indicated lower concentrations of haptoglobin and serum amyloid A and a tendency for greater plasma lactate in cows fed the TRT diet. A treatment by time interaction was observed for glucose, lactate, insulin, haptoglobin, and lipopolysaccharide-binding protein, suggesting a role for both the processing of grain and the time of sampling on those variables. No effect of diet on plasma concentrations of cortisol, β-hydroxybutyrate, and nonesterified fatty acids or rumen endotoxin was evidenced. Taken together, our results demonstrated that feeding barley grain steeped in 0.5% LA modulated both energy status and innate immunity of dairy cows fed relatively high levels (45% of dry matter) of dietary concentrate.

    Contributors: S. Iqbal, Q Zebeli , A.Mazzolari. S.M. Dunn, B.N. Ametaj  
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  • Citation
    Dated: Feb 02, 2008
    Publication Name: Journal of Dairy Science

    Feeding High Proportions of Barley Grain Stimulates an Inflammatory Response in Dairy Cows

    The objective of this study was to evaluate effects of feeding increasing proportions of barley grain on acute phase response in lactating dairy cows. Eight cannulated primiparous (60 to 140 d in milk) Holstein dairy cows were assigned to 4 diets in a 4 × 4 Latin square experimental design. The experimental period lasted for 21 d, with 11 d of… View more

    The objective of this study was to evaluate effects of feeding increasing proportions of barley grain on acute phase response in lactating dairy cows. Eight cannulated primiparous (60 to 140 d in milk) Holstein dairy cows were assigned to 4 diets in a 4 × 4 Latin square experimental design. The experimental period lasted for 21 d, with 11 d of adaptation and 10 d of measurements. Cows were fed the following diets: 1) no barley grain in the diet, 2) 15% barley grain, 3) 30% barley grain, and 4) 45% barley grain, as well as barley and alfalfa silage and alfalfa hay at 85, 70, 55, and 40% [dry matter (DM) basis]. All cows were supplemented with a 15% concentrate mix. Blood and rumen fluid samples were collected on d 1, 3, 5, 7, and 10 of the measurement period, and pH and endotoxin content were measured in rumen samples. Concentrations of serum amyloid A, lipopolysaccharide-binding protein, haptoglobin, and C-reactive protein in plasma were measured by ELISA. Feeding high proportions of barley grain at 0, 15, 30, and 45% of DM was associated with lower feed intake (32.6, 32.9, 27.34, and 25.18 kg/d ± 1.30, respectively), lower ruminal pH (6.8, 6.7, 6.7, and 6.5 ± 0.03, respectively), and higher DM intake (13.33, 15.28, 14.68, and 16.04 ± 0.63 kg/d, respectively) and milk production (27.2, 28.2, 29.0, and 31.0 ± 1.2 kg/d, respectively). Ruminal endotoxin increased in cows receiving 30 and 45% barley grain (5,021, and 8,870 ± 393 ng/mL, respectively) compared with those fed no grain or 15% barley grain (654 and 790 ± 393 ng/mL, respectively). Plasma concentrations of serum amyloid A, lipopolysaccharide-binding protein, and C-reactive protein increased in cows given higher (30 and 45%) proportions of grain. Plasma haptoglobin was not affected by treatments. In conclusion, feeding dairy cows high proportions (30 and 45% DM basis) of barley grain was associated with lower feed intake and rumen pH, increased endotoxin in the rumen fluid, and stimulation of an inflammatory response.

    Contributors: D.G.V. Emmanuel, S.M.Dunn, B.N.Ametaj  
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SpectraMax ABS Plus 微孔板读板机(酶标仪),包括 SoftMax Pro 软件 ABS PLUS
SpectraTest ABS2 光吸收验证板 0200-6191
StakMax 堆板机 StakMax
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板基础套装 0200-6262
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板 HTS 套装 0200-6267
比色皿验证套装 0200-2420

 

SpectraMax® ABS 微孔板读板机(酶标仪)

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SpectraMax ABS 微孔板读板机(酶标仪),包括 SoftMax Pro 软件        ABS
SpectraTest ABS2 光吸收验证板 0200-6191
StakMax 堆板机 StakMax
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板基础套装 0200-6262

 

SpectraMax® 340PC384 微孔板读板机(酶标仪)

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340PC384 微孔板读板机(酶标仪) 340PC 384
SpectraTest ABS1 光吸收验证板 0200-6117
StakMax 堆板机 StakMax
微孔板读板机(酶标仪)架 9000-0756

 

SpectraMax® Plus 384 微孔板读板机(酶标仪)

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SpectraMax Plus 384 微孔板读板机(酶标仪) PLUS 384
SpectraTest ABS1 光吸收验证板 0200-6117
StakMax 堆板机 StakMax
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板基础套装 0200-6262
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板 HTS 套装 0200-6267
比色皿验证套装 0200-2420
微孔板读板机(酶标仪)架 9000-0756

 

 SpectraMax® 190 微孔板读板机(酶标仪)

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SpectraMax 190 微孔板读板机(酶标仪),具备 SoftMax Pro 软件 190
SpectraTest ABS1 光吸收验证板 0200-6117
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板基础套装 0200-6262
SpectraDrop™ 超微量检测板 HTS 套装 0200-6267
StakMax 堆板机 StakMax
微孔板读板机(酶标仪)架 9000-0756

 

VersaMax ELISA 微孔板读板机(酶标仪)

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VersaMax ELISA 微孔板读板机(酶标仪) VERSAMAX
SpectraTest ABS1 光吸收验证板 0200-6117
StakMax 堆板机 StakMax
微孔板读板机(酶标仪)架 9000-0756

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