microtiter

microtiter

 [mi″kro-ti´ter]
a titer of minute quantity.
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BMG Labtech, which is headquartered in Ortenberg, Germany, (https://www.bmglabtech.com/about-us/) manufactures microplate readers which are used to analyze biological or chemical samples that have been stored on microtiter plates.
Most of these are phenotypic methods which include Congo red assay (CRA), Air liquid interface (ALI), tissue culture plate (TCP) method and Microtiter plate assay (MTPA).
The system complements the modular OPTIMA ImmuCoat machine platform, which covers the entire process of coating microtiter plates.
It has been recognized that exposure concentrations can drop during incubation in plastic microtiter plates owing to adsorption of hydrophobic compounds or compound volatilization.
The system complements the modular Optima ImmuCoat[R] machine platform, which covers the process of coating microtiter plates.
Results: Of 81 isolates, biofilm production was detected in 43% isolates using Congo red method while microtiter plate assay showed biofilm production in 92% isolates.
They used microtiter plate assays (MPAs), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) for their analysis.
xCELLigence RTCA instruments utilize gold biosensors embedded in the bottom of microtiter wells to non-invasively monitor the status of adherent cells using the principle of cellular impedance.
OD value of Biofilm Formation Microtiter Plate Method Less than 0.120 Non-biofilm producer In the range of 0.120-0.240 Moderate Biofilm Producer Greater than 0.240 Strong Biofilm producer RESULTS
We report here an adaptation of the solid-phase PLA protocol for protein detection using a standard microtiter plate reader, a format established in many clinical and research laboratories.