- PC-controlled microplate reader supplied with 5 filters (340, 405, 450, 492, 620 nm)
- Ideal for labs performing varied assays including temperature sensitive assays and those requiring various plate types
- Software options for flexibility in choice of analysis
- QC plate and QC software for instrument validation and peace of mind
Designed for labs performing varied assays including temperature sensitive assays
The Biochrom Anthos Zenyth 340 is a PC-controlled, filter-based microplate reader with optional temperature control. The instrument has 3 shaking modes for mixing of solutions and the ability to perform readings at timed intervals ideal for kinetic assays.
Both linear and area scanning can be performed on the Biochrom Anthos Zenyth 340, enabling agglutination, and coagulation; and precipitation and insolubility studies to be performed. Five filters are supplied as standard that cover common absorbance assays. Filters from 340 up to 750 nm can be purchased separately when more specialised assays are required.
ADAP Basic Software
Supplied with the Biochrom Anthos Zenyth 340, ADAP Basic PC software is used for instrument control, including filter selection, calibration, plate transporter operation, endpoint, kinetic, and multi-wavelength measurements.
Raw data can be stored or transferred to Microsoft® Excel for further analysis.
Optional ADAP Plus Software
ADAP Plus is a PC-based software including all functionality of ADAP Basic, plus plate layout, transformation formulae, replicate elimination and quantitative and qualitative analysis
Optional ADAP Expert Software
ADAP Expert is a PC-based software including all functionality of ADAP Plus as well as, data reduction of kinetic assays, tracking of 32,000 sample IDs, and multi-test functions on one plate
ADAP software has user access at different levels allowing users to work within FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant environments.
The Biochrom Anthos Zenyth 340 is designed for ELISA's, enzyme immunoassays, protein quantitation (BCA, Lowry, Bradford), cell proliferation, and cell survival assays, plus cell based assays where shaking is required to keep cells in suspension, enzyme kinetic assays, linear or area scan, assays measuring the changes in absorbance of NADH at 340nm and temperature sensitive assays.