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The QPix™ 400series of microbial colony pickers offer you the unique option to simultaneously detect colonies and quantify fluorescent markers in a pre-screening step before picking.
Our QPix systems are used worldwide in over 600 installations in research institutes, sequencing facilities, biotech and pharmaceutical companies.
QPix robotics developed a famous reputation for reliability and accuracy in sequencing centers during the Human Genome project.
More than just colony pickers, these systems enable you to:
-Automate workflows from sampling and spreading to picking
-Pick the right colonies every time
-Efficiently manage large, diverse populations for: protein expression, biofuel research, enzyme evolution, phage display, DNA sequencing, library generation and management
-Shorten timelines and eliminate unnecessary work and expense downstream
The SpectraMax iD3 measures absorbance, fluorescence & luminescence. Its built-in near-field communication (NFC) reader enables you to pull up your custom protocols ...
Make the most of your budget with our configurable multi-mode readers, including the NEW SpectraMax® i3x Multi-Mode plate reader.
Explore your cellular pathways ...
The SpectraMax® QuickDrop Micro-Volume Spectrophotometer provides rapid, accurate DNA, RNA, and protein quantitation in a one-touch, full-spectrum micro-volume absorbance reader.
We are delighted to announce the launch of the ImageXpress® Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System!
This exciting new system allows you to explore the complexities ...
Boost your research with this faster-than-ever high-content imaging system, which provides the option to upgrade to confocal in the future to align with your research needs.
Objective and quantitative assessment of cell growth with label-free imaging
With high quality imaging and intelligent image analysis, CloneSelect™ Imager replaces ...
Industry-renowned, flexible, and reliable real-time kinetic cellular assay screening system for identifying early leads against GPCR and ion channel receptors