luminometer

luminometer

(loo-mĭn-ŏm′ĕ-tĕr)
A luminescence photometer used to assay chemluminescent and bioluminescent reactions. It is used clinically to assay for bacteria and living cells.
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Test was carried out in white half area of 96 well plates which was also incubated in the thermostat chamber of luminometer at 37 AdegC for 15 minutes.
Serum cell free DNA was analyzed by luminometer after the nucleic acid staining protocol of SYBR Gold Nucleic Acid Gel Stain and serum HMGB-1 concentration was measured using HMGB1-ELISA kit.
This economical and versatile microplate luminometer system is compatible with ALPCO's line of STELLUX[R] Chemiluminescent assays as well as with any assay that can be run on a standard glow plate reader.
Luminescence counts were obtained by using a microplate luminometer (Hidex Microplate Luminometer, Finland).
The luminometer converts the light output into an RLU number (Relative Light Unit): the lower that number, the cleaner the surface (or less contamination in the water sample if a CIP system is being tested).
A luminometer is used to test for ATP and will show how well an area was cleaned and disinfected.
1ml aliquot is transferred (using the device itself) to a specific end detection device for measurement in the EnSURE luminometer giving results in 15 seconds.
The results indicated that at least 55% of the infected cells were producing GFP while the luminometer readings for the luciferase assays confirmed the presence of luciferase.
It requires neither luciferase activity ,nor measurement of rapid reaction kinetics besides, for its detection, luminometer is not essential.
By incorporating both of these in a reaction and having the luminometer monitor both a short time period and a long time period, it is possible to multiplex TMA reactions to two targets and allow for use of internal controls.
Luminescence was measured in a Berthold 9505C 6 channel luminometer at 37[degrees]C.