TTP LabTech has introduced its Acumen Explorer 405-nm microplate cytometer. The new instrument features a single violet laser excitation source, and enables use of the beta-Lactamase and blue fluorescent protein reporter systems. The company says the instrument offers multi-parametric analysis at high throughput for rapid, high-content assays. The company also said that the cytometer offers enhanced compatibility with quantum dots by increasing the intensity of fluorescence emission by up to four-fold compared to an earlier version of the instrument.

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