Labrox is one of the sponsors for UPCONline 2021 that will be held from 6th to 9th April this year. The conference is available via Zoom online, due to the pandemic. Our head of diagnostic devices, Ida Erling, will represent Labrox at UPCONline with a speech titled “Upcon®: readers and particles for […]
When transporting sensitive diagnostic instruments, e.g. plate readers as we do, the company must consider several things. These instruments are very delicate and if they are returned, that adds unnecessary costs that could be avoided with correct precautions. In this post, we will go through a couple of scenarios and […]
A: Bottom reading is typically used in cell based experiments, when a lid or a plate seal is needed to prevent contamination or evaporation. Bottom reading can also be used in kinetic assays that require an injection such as calcium flux or ORAC.
A: Most types of plates (6, 24, 96, 384 and 1536) plus µDrop Plate and Petri dishes can be measured.
Labrox reader is ideal for performing ELISA assays.
A: A standard PC with Windows 7, 8 or 10 and 4 GB or more internal memory is required. The PC should have an internet browser (Mozilla Firefox version 20 or higher is recommended).
A: Please contact support(at)labrox.fi. We will strive to solve your problem as soon as possible.