Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates

Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates
Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates

Elevate the sensitivity of your assays with the Eppendorf Assay/Reader Plates to a higher level! The plates offer an excellent signal–to–noise ratio, resulting in an extremely low detection limit. Whether fluorescence, chemiluminescence, Vis or UV–Vis detections - select the optimal plate for your assay! More information

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Eppendorf assay plates are optimized for measuring absorbance assays in the visible and UV range, fluorescence and chemiluminescence assays. Solid plates are suitable for top-reading plate readers. Clear plates and black/clear plates can be used with top- and bottom-reading plate readers.

The black Eppendorf Microplates are ideal for fluorescence detection. An excellent signal-to-noise ratio provides low detection limits in assays – for clear signals even with low-concentration samples! The white Eppendorf Microplates maximize reflection for high sensitivity during detection of luminescence or weak fluorescence signals.

Superior signal-to-noise ratio

Minimized autofluorescence and autoluminescence results in higher quality of results. Example (see also image): Fluorescence assay with Eppendorf black assay plate. Comparison of the signal–to–noise ratio in a DNA quantification using the fluorescent dye PicoGreen®. Black Eppendorf® Microplates and black microplates of other manufacturers were used. PP = polypropylene, PS = polystyrene.
For more information see:

› Application Note 203: Eppendorf Polypropylene Microplates – Highest sensitivity for fluorescence measurements in black plates.
› Application Note 215: Performance evaluation of white Eppendorf Polypropylene Microplates using the Promega CellTiter-Glo® Luminescent Assay.

Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates

Eppendorf Microplate UV-VIS

features an ultrathin film bottom. This ensures an excellent light transmission in the UV range. For more information see Application Note 203: Factor based quantification of nucleic acid concentrations in the Eppendorf PlateReader AF2200 using the Eppendorf Microplate UV–VIS.

Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates

The solid black and white assay plates

are made of polypropylene. Resulting in high resistance to chemicals, mechanical stress and temperature extremes.

Eppendorf Assay/Reader Microplates

Features

  • UV-VIS Microplates feature an ultrathin film bottom for excellent light transmission in the UV range
  • Black Eppendorf Microplates offer an excellent signal-to-noise ratio – for clear signals even with low-concentration samples
  • White Eppendorf Microplates are optimized for highest sensitivity in the detection of luminescence signals by maximizing reflection
  • Solid black and white assay plates are made of polypropylene resulting in high resistance to chemicals, mechanical stress, and temperature extremes
  • All plates are optimized for minimal autofluorescence and autoluminescence
  • Available in lot-certified sterile or PCR clean purity grade

Applications

  • Clear VIS and UV-VIS plates for all absorbance assays in the visible and UV range
  • Black and white Microplates for Fluorescence and Luminescence detection
  • DNA- and Protein concentration with absorbance or fluorescent dyes
  • Cell based assays
  • Cell viability and apoptosis assays
  • Cell imaging
  • Protocols that require high resistance against temperature or solvents
  • Dilution series
  • Preparation of tissue and plant lysates

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