Daren Lab's equipment rental and services includes Multi mode rental and multimode plate reader services. In addition to single detection mode plate readers such as fluorometers or luminometers, we also offer multimode plate reader analysis capabilities with up to seven detection modes including absorbance, fluorescence, intensity, luminescence, time-resolved fluorescence, TR-FRET, fluorescence polarization, AlphaScreen® and nephelometry.
Multi mode rental
Performing a multimode plate reader analysis, rather than a single plate reader analysis, can save your company or lab, not to mention your employees or students, considerable time and money (and time is money), however, purchasing the equipment when your lab is just starting out, and you are uncertain about how often you will require multimode Plate reader services, can be quite the expense, and it is an expense you may not be sure you will be able to recoup. What is the solution? Multi mode rental. Contact us to learn about how you can perform those massive multimode plate reader analysis's on a per case or periodical basis.
Multimode plate reader services
Daren Lab's offers additional Multimode plate reader services beyond renting out our equipment. We can advise you on the best multimode plate reader to invest your limited budget in, as well as train your students and employees in the use of the equipment. Contact us today to learn more!
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, also known as FTIR Analysis or FTIR Spectroscopy, is a technique that infrared light to scan test samples and observe chemical properties, thereby identifying organic, polymeric, and even inorganic materials.
The FTIR instrument projects infrared radiation of 10,000 to 100 cm-1 through the sample. Some of the radiation is absorbed, whereas some passes through to the detector, presenting as a spectrum, typically from 4000 cm-1 to 400cm-1, representing a molecular fingerprint of the sample. Each molecule or chemical structure will produce a unique spectral fingerprint, enabling FT-IR analysis of the chemical composition of the sample.