Molecular Devices Redesigns and Launches FLIPR Fluorescence Scanner for 1,536-Well Plates | GenomeWeb

Molecular Devices last week launched a new generation of its fluorometric imaging plate reader system for automated cell-based kinetic assays, known as FLIPR. The new version, FLIPR Tetra, reduces assay volume, increases throughput, and will soon expand the range of assays compared to its predecessor, FLIPR3, according to the company.

FLIPR “has been redesigned from the ground up,” said Stephen Oldfield, Molecular Devices’ vice president of worldwide marketing.

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