TTP Labtech Ltd, Cambridge, Mass, has launched sol-R microplates, designed to amplify the productivity gains delivered by laser-scanning fluorescence cytometers by enabling users to deliver data faster. Due to plate flatness stringencies and the optical clarity of the film, the microplates have been developed for use with and seamless transfer between microscope-based imaging devices. The microplates are validated for use with TTP Labtech’s acumen and mirrorball cytometers, and are available in sterile and tissue culture-treated, or non-sterile, non-tissue culture-treated formats. Also included in the portfolio are sol-R coded beads for secreted protein quantification in multiplexed no-wash immunoassay screens. For more information, visit TTP Labtech.
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