> Almost any test that can be done on an analyzer (Hitachi-Olympus-etc)
> can be converted to be run on a microplate. I've converted many using
> the same reagents we were using on our large analyzers. You would have
> to hand pipet the samples but otherwise all you need is a plate reader,
> pipets to add the reagents and samples, possibly (but not required) a
> plate incubator. Most tests will require 3-15 ul of serum (but that can
> be adjusted too) which can be harvested from blood collected in
> cappillary tubes. BUN and Creatinine would be easy since both can be run
> as endpoint tests.
I need something that I can do in a regular basic science (microbiology) lab.
the analyzer availible is a Kodak and I don't have the ability to change it
at all. Any ideas?