Any comments on microplate reader from Cambridge Technology?
douglas l feinstein
dlfeins at cumc.cornell.edu
Wed Feb 16 19:39:55 EST 1994
Subject: Any comments on microplate reader from Cambridge Technology?
From: carlos h. pedemonte, pedemonte at JETSON.UH.EDU
Date: 15 Feb 1994 21:38:25 -0000
In article <01H8X4AIMPSY001OK7 at Post-Office.UH.EDU> carlos h. pedemonte,
pedemonte at JETSON.UH.EDU writes:
>We want to buy a microplate reader, and a seller has brought the 7520
>Microplate reader from Cambridge Technology to test. I would greatly
>appreciate comments about this intrument. Thank you to all the people who
>give advice with respect to the air thermo-cycler from Idaho Technology.
>Carlos H. Pedemonte Telephone: 713-743-1211 (office)
>Dept. of Pharmacology 713-743-1228 (lab)
>University of Houston Fax: 713-743-1229
>Houston, TX 77204-5515 e-mail: pedemonte at jetson.uh.edu
When we were in the market, we checked out a bunch and decided on the
TECAN microplate reader, the Spectra SHell because of 1) upgradeability
(one can add UV and/or Temp control in future) and 2) price (about
$6000). We weren't terribly impressed with the ability to read difrerent
plate sizes, although that is a cute addition.
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