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Kinetic Plate Imager

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Kinetic Plate ImagerThe FDSS-GX kinetic plate imager from Hamamatsu Photonics KK is designed for kinetic cell-based assay development including G-protein-coupled receptors or ion channel research and screening for drug discovery.

With dispensing accuracy and repeatability when performing assays, its dispensing units have independent metal piston cylinders and dispensing tips dedicated to the FDSS-GX. High sensitivity achieved through the qCMOS sensor is incorporated into a photon-resolving camera, enabling high-quantitative performance for low-light imaging, useful for fluorescence and luminescence measurements. Additionally, it provides a larger resolution and field of view, pushing the limits in terms of measurement accuracy. The FDSS-GX also includes a high-precision epifluorescence optical system with high power and a long-life xenon lamp.

Photonics Spectra
May 2023
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