Molecular Devices has introduced the SpectraMax M5, a five-mode multi-detection microplate reader, and the latest addition to the company’s SpectraMax product line.

The M5 has primary applications for fluorescence intensity, absorbance, luminescence, time-resolved fluorescence, and fluorescence polarization assays. The instrument features a triple-mode cuvette port and single-read command capability for experiments requiring multiple detection parameters, MD said. The system features wavelengths between 200 nm and 1000 nm, and uses standard microplates.

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