SpectraMax® M2e Microplate Reader

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Short Description

The Microplate Reader is a laboratory device that detects chemical, biological or physical reactions by measuring the light emitted.

Contact Person

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Brüggemann

Research Services

The system can detect classical absorption, luminescence and fluorescence, and perform more specialized fluorescence measurements, such as time-resolved fluorescence (TRF) and fluorescence polarization (FP).
Applications and research:
- ADME-Tox
- Cell Migration Assays
- Cell viability
- Cytotoxicity Assay
- DNA/RNA quantification
- Enzyme kinetics
- Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays (ELISAs)
- Fluorescent proteins and FRET
- Low volume applications
- Membrane permeability
- Recording assays for neurotransmitter transporters
- Protease assays
- Protein assays

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

A microplate reader detects light emitted from samples pipetted into a microplate. The emission of light in these samples is the result of a biological, chemical, biochemical or physical reaction.

Allocation to Core Facility

JKU-ICP Institute of Polymer Chemistry

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Brüggemann
Institut für Chemie der Polymere
+43 732 2468 9082
oliver.brueggemann@jku.at
https://www.jku.at/icp/
Upon appointment, for information, see JKU website https://www.jku.at/icp/