The EnSpire® Multimode Plate Reader is a high performance, compact and configurable instrument designed with filter or quadmonochromator capabilities.
EnSpire reads optical biosensor label-free, fluorescence intensity, absorbance, ultra-sensitive luminescence, time-resolved fluorescence and Alpha technologies in microplates up to 384-wells.
EnSpire has been designed for laboratories with diverse user needs, and includes an intuitive and 'easy-to-use' touch screen to reduce assay start-up times, and simplify protocols across a wide array of applications.
Only the EnSpire Multimode Plate Reader offers established Corning® Epic® label-free technology in addition to labeled technologies all within one flexible configurable benchtop reader.
Now you can characterize cellular signaling mechanisms and better understand the complexity of multiple signaling pathways more efficiently. This exclusive cellular and biochemical label-free platform, in conjunction with labeled technologies, provides a unique orthogonal approach, enabling you to make better decisions faster.
The instrument accepts microplates up to 384-well plates. Options include 2 channel dispenser, 20 or 50 position stacker, temperature control and bottom reading capability, and an expanding the application.
The EnSpire is proven to support many different assays including:
- Label-free technology, based on the Corning® Epic® System, is suitable for non-invasive cellular receptor and signaling assays, as well as biochemical binding assays, such as protein:protein and protein:small molecule interaction assays.
- Photometric technology enables nucleic acid/protein quantitation, as well as ELISA absorbance assays.
- Fluorescence technology delivers the sensitivity required for quantitation assays.
- Expertise in Alpha technology combined with instrument innovation delivers the best performance for AlphaLISA/AlphaScreen® detection.
- Ultra-sensitive luminescence technology enables cell growth and reporter gene assays to be run with higher sensitivity and dynamic range; especially important with low transfection rates.