Automated ELISA System or Separate Components?

BjornP eped at online.no
Sat Jan 5 15:15:32 EST 2002


Since your work will be developing methods, I would recommend you to choose
separate components.
I would recommend either Skan 400 washer from Molecular Devices or Dynex MRW
washer form Thermo, the Skan 400 would do the whole plate, while the MRW is
a strip washer. For the best readers I would go to Molecular Devices. For
the pipetting I would go for an electronic multi-channel pipet to start
with, probably the Impact from Matrix Technology. You can work faster with
those pipettes than most automated systems.

When you have developed a method and wants to run larger series, then I
would consider an automated systems, like the Dynex DSX.

Here you have the relevant links:
http://www.moleculardevices.com/

http://www.labsystems.fi/

http://www.matrixtechcorp.com/

BjornP


"Stephen W. Mamber" <vze22bhq at verizon.net> skrev i melding
news:uGuU7.55$EB2.17 at nwrddc01.gnilink.net...
> I anticipate a need to do some exploratory/early discovery ELISAs.  In
YOUR
> opinion, would I be better off with one of the canned automated ELISA
units
> on the market (and which ones, if any), or should I go ahead and order
> separate plate washer, pipetting system, plate reader etc?  (If the latter
> is true, I'd like to know if there are better washers than the Bio-Teks).
>
> Thank you for your assistance,
>
> Stephen W. Mamber, Ph.D.
> Director of Research
> Milkhaus Laboratory, Inc.
> 70 Elm Street
> Providence, RI  02903
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> e mail:  smamber at milkhaus.com
>
>
>
>





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