Laser autofocus option added to BioTek’s Cytation Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Readers

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BioTek’s award-winning Cytation Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Readers now have an option for laser autofocus, along with the current image-based autofocus method.

The patent pending laser autofocus design puts all the required components into a single, user-installable cube that can be added at any time to a new or existing system.  Laser autofocus offers speed, reproducibility and lowered risk of phototoxicity and photobleaching.  With both laser autofocus and image-based autofocus available in Cytation, the system offers an important advantage in imaging – the ability to use the most appropriate autofocus method for the biology being studied. 

Cytation Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Readers are the only instruments that combine multi-mode detection and microscopy with both image-based autofocus and laser autofocus option, to suit a broad range of applications.

BioTek Instruments, Inc., headquartered in Winooski, VT, USA, is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacture, and sale of microplate instrumentation and software. These technologies are used to aid life science research, facilitate drug discovery, provide rapid and cost-effective analysis, and enable sensitive, accurate quantification of molecules across diverse applications. BioTek espouses a “Think Possible” approach that sets the tone for fresh ideas, unsurpassed customer service and original innovations. The company is frequently honored for local accomplishments and technological innovations, including Best Places to Work in Vermont, Frost & Sullivan North American New Product Innovation Award for Workflow Solutions in Life Sciences, SelectScience’s Drug Discovery Product of the Year – Scientists' Choice Award, and a Silver Edison Award for the Cytation Cell Imaging Multi-Mode Reader.

Source: BioTek

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