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Microplate Instrumentation Control & Analysis Software

Microplate Instrument Control and Analysis Software for Efficient Operation

Microplate reader and imager control and analysis software, along with liquid handling control software offer easy program creation and flexible processing for a variety of applications. Intuitive user interfaces ensure efficiency with workflows using Agilent BioTek imaging, detection, and liquid handling instruments. Agilent BioTek Gen5 Microplate Reader and Imager Software provides intuitive control for all imaging and detection systems, with powerful image and data analysis. Automated stacking and incubation operations with imagers and readers are also controlled through Gen5. LHC2 software offers complete control over microplate washing and dispensing operations, including stacking operations when interfaced with BioStack.

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