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Byonoy plate absorbance reader integrated on Eppendorf epMotion 5075t

Lab Automation with integrated detection method unleashes new applications

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The integration of a plate reader into Eppendorf’s epMotion liquid handling system facilitates researchers to use the system in a variety of new applications. The current focus is on absorption-based measurements and analysis. Initial findings are centered around protein quantification, cell assays, and bacterial assay. As with all other automation applications, the main emphasis of these efforts is on the efficiency, accuracy, and versatility of automated laboratory processes. The objective is to provide a first-class user experience with maximum precision during automated workflow.

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This was made possible by integrating a new class of on-deck absorbance plate readers featuring a compact footprint and fast readout, manufactured by Byonoy, an innovative biotech company specializing in modern measurement instrumentation. The integration of the pioneering on-deck plate reader, Absorbance 96 Automate into the range of powerful and proven liquid handling systems of Eppendorf’s epMotion series is remarkably easy and simple. This integration enables researchers to effortlessly conduct plate readings and analysis during any automated laboratory processes.

“By integrating Byonoy's compact plate readers into our epMotion liquid handling system, we intend to raise the standards for precision and efficiency in scientific research. The initial results presented in the course of 2024’s SLAS conference are the starting point for a promising collaboration that will improve the researchers’ and scientists’ performance around the world.” Dr. Josef Lott, Product Manager Automated Liquid Handling, Eppendorf SE.

“Collaboration with Eppendorf opens new opportunities for researchers and provides access to state-of-the-art automated detection solutions by seamlessly integrating our innovative on-deck plate readers into Eppendorf's robust liquid handling system. Focusing on automated absorption-based assays is just the beginning. We are very curious to see the progress we will make in the coming months as we expand our collaboration into the field of automated luminescence-based applications.” Dr. Yousef Nazirizadeh, CEO, Byonoy.

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https://byonoy.com/journal/integrated-byonoy-absorbance-96-automate-with-eppendorf-epmotion-liquid-handling-system-for-automated-laboratory-workflows/



About Byonoy

With a passion for reenvision laboratories, Byonoy has been at the forefront of reshaping lab measurement instrumentation with its modern microplate readers, offering enhanced usability, and compactness with high-performance precision. Byonoy stands as a key player in streamlining laboratory workflows across various detection methods with versatile applications ranging from biotech, pharma, and agriculture to the analytical sector. Collaborating with leading industry partners and universities globally, Byonoy is dedicated to fostering accessibility to cutting-edge measurement technologies, contributing to advancements in scientific research.
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About Eppendorf Group

Eppendorf is an international leader in the life science industry, developing, producing and distributing equipment, consumables and services that are used in laboratories around the world.

The product portfolio of the divisions Liquid Handling, Consumables, Separation & Instrumentation and Bioprocess includes pipettes, pipette tips, centrifuges, mixers, ULT freezers and bioreactors for cell and gene research. Furthermore, Eppendorf offers a wide range of high-quality consumables. Eppendorf Group reported a total sales figure of 1.23 billion euros for the financial year 2022 while their research and development (R&D) investments amounted to 76 million euros.

Eppendorf products are used in academic and industrial research laboratories, for example in pharmaceutical, biotech, chemical and food companies. Other fields of application for Eppendorf products include clinical and environmental analytical laboratories, forensics and industrial laboratories for process analysis, production and quality assurance.

Eppendorf Group is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, since 1945 and has production facilities and R&D sites in Europe, Asia and North America. The Group’s subsidiaries are spread across 33 countries. Today, the Group has more than 5,000 employees around the world. In their everyday work, all of these employees have one and the same mission, proclaimed by the company’s founder: Improving human living conditions.
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