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            Lux-P110 Ultra-sensitive Plate Luminometer


            The Lux-P110 Ultra-sensitive Plate Luminometer is specially designed for biochemiluminescence research. Its ultra-high sensitivity and ultra-wide linear range are ideal for detecting flash and glow chemiluminescent reactions.


            1. Ultra-high sensitivity, saving expensive reagents;
            2. Low background noise and extremely high accuracy;
            3. Ultra-wide dynamic range, simplifying sample processing;
            4. Unique optical path design greatly reduces space interference;
            5. Full-automatic in-situ sampler, free your hands and can be used at the same time;
            6. Refrigerating PMT to ensure detection accuracy;
            7, micro-well plate temperature control system, convenient for cell and enzyme kinetics research;
            8. "Three-mode six-speed" oscillator to ensure that samples and reagents are evenly mixed;
            9, LuxWin operating software, powerful detection and analysis functions, multiple reporting and output modes are optional.

            Application examples:
            ● Reporter gene assay
               - Detection of luciferase gene activity
            ● Immunoassay with luminescent substrate (Immunoassay)
               - Use alkaline phosphatase, horseradish peroxidase, etc.
               - Chemiluminescence analysis of biotin/streptavidin linkage
            ● Cell proliferation & Cytotoxicity
               - MIC, EC analysis
               - Growth inhibition analysis
            ● Intracellular Ca2+ detection
               - aequorin loading assay
            ● ATP analysis
               - Bacterial biomass analysis
            ● DNA quantitation
            ● Multi-drug resistant
            ● Phagocylosis
            ● Reactive oxygen assay
            ● Microbiological assay
               - Antibody sensitivity test
               - Health monitoring analysis
            ● Enzymes assay
               - Indirect analysis by ATP
               - Analysis with chemiluminescent substrates

            ● BRET and BRET2 determination

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