Plate Readers / Microplate Readers

In the early 1950s, an influenza epidemic took Hungary by storm leading to a shrotage of laboratory equipment. This is where Gyula Takátsy, a Hungarian medical doctor, microbiologist and inventor comes in. Seeing how strained his country was because of the pandemic, Takátsy went on to develop the first microplate thus providing the market with an efficient and low-cost method for identifying the influenza virus. We at Boston Laboratory Equipment honor Dr. Gyula Takátsy by providing our customers with quality microplate readers, microplate washers, plate sealers and plate piercers at an affordable price.

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Agilent Cary 8454 Spectrophotometer

Agilent Cary Diode Array Spectrophotometer 8454 Specifications: Lamps Tungsten 370 nm to 1100 nm, Deuterium 190 nm to approximately 800 nm Diode Array 1024 element Wavelength Range 190 nm to...

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