The microplate reader is a laboratory equipment developed for the quantification of proteins and nucleic acids through cell images. It is based on filtration of proteins deposited in wells of a plastic plate adjusted to aid in absorption and bind antibodies.
In this case, the microplate reader is one of the methods applied to diagnose cancer, which begins with the blood sample and is based on the determined interaction between antigens and antibodies, where the discovery is executed by substances and enzymatic reactions.
And Kalstein has the ideal equipment, because thanks to its functions he performs the studies with the Elisa technique, where the microplate reader uses the antibodies and measures the amount of the substance in serum where an enzymatic reaction occurs that changes color and records the results. This equipment is especially used to detect viral diseases. Thanks to fluorescence measurements, it detects absorbance, luminescence in a specialized way such as time-resolved fluorescence (TRF) and fluorescence polarization (PF).