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With one of the widest ranges of detection & data analysis technologies among companies that support life science research, we are the ideal technology partner to support your bioassay or laboratory test development efforts for areas such as agbio, food safety, and clinical diagnostics.

Bioassays (i.e., biological assays) and biotests (i.e., laboratory tests) can be used for an ever-increasing range of applications from identifying pollutants in sub-surface water to analyzing anti-cancer drugs in the human blood serum. They can identify trace quantities of analytes, determine concentration of a particular constituent of a mixture, or measure the effects of a substance on a living organism.

Regardless of the assay or test, the end result is measurement by some sort of detection device. Molecular Devices offers a number of bioassays and has one of the widest selection of detection technologies among companies that design, manufacture, and commercialize instruments and software for life sciences research. Use the links below to learn more.

Bioassays

BioassaysA bioassay (i.e., biological assay) is a procedure for the determination of the concentration of a particular constituent of a mixture or a measurement of the effects of a substance on living organisms. Molecular Devices provides several bioassays, including hERG and contaminant detection assays.

Detection Technologies

Detection TechnologiesMolecular Devices offers one of the widest ranges of detection technologies for biological analysis among companies that design, manufacture, and commercialize instruments and software for life sciences research. From fluorescence to luminescence to UV/VIS absorption to label-free methods, we are your partner of choice for collaborations or co-development efforts.

What's New?
What's New?

Affordable multi-mode detection and PathCheck Technology with the new SpectraMax M3 & M4 Microplate Readers. Learn more.

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QA/QC: We provide tools to help you with instrument and software validation as well as GxP compliance. Learn more.