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Berthold Technologies Launches Apollo ELISA Reader



9/26/2012 9:41:42 AM

Bad Wildbad, Germany, September 26, 2012 / B3C newswire / - Berthold Technologies, specializing in bioanalytical instruments for the research and the diagnostics markets, is happy to present again a dedicated absorbance reader: the Apollo 11.

The instrument is characterized by a long-time proven and continuously optimized optics as well as a modern LED light source which has a principally endless lifetime. Up to 6 filters can be used with the instrument enabling the performance of all important applications as there are

• DNA quantification

• Protein quantification

• Enzyme activities

• ß-Galactosidase (reporter gene)

• Alkaline Phosphatase (ELISA)

• Horseradish Peroxidase (ELISA)

Besides a large dynamic range of 3.7 OD - which covers customary assay more than enough - the sophisticated optics and the robust mechanical design together with the integrated auto-check function guarantee extraordinary accuracy and precision.

A very small footprint similar to a letter format and the PhotoRead software showing all necessary settings and displays needed during operation on a single screen are additional attractive features of the Apollo 11.

For high-res picture please click the image.

High-res picture located in folder "Pictures of Apollo11 "

About Berthold Technologies

Berthold Technologies, a family driven company with its headquarters in Bad Wildbad, Germany, has been providing bioanalytical instruments to the research and the diagnostic market for more than 60 years. The company is offering innovative products through a worldwide network of subsidiaries and distributors to customers in academic and pharmaceutical research as well as clinical diagnostics.

Contact

Bernd Hutter

BERTHOLD TECHNOLOGIES GmbH & Co. KG

Bernd.hutter@berthold.com

Phone: +497081177-0


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