I didn’t talk about it much, but amongst the instruments we lost in 2021 were our two ELISA plate readers. We honestly don’t run that many of these, so I’m quite unclear on why we had two to begin with. At any rate, both broke down within the same month, just as we were running an experiment for an external user. Looking for an affordable replacement solution, I stumbled on the BioLegend mini-ELISA plate reader, and really liked it. It’s easy to use, affordable, and has a very low footprint.
The instrument is offered at no charge in the facility. You can book it on the iLab scheduler (Multiplex schedule) and use the instrument in our facility, or bring it back to your lab.
Here’s a short video tutorial.
Then again, if you are looking to use the ELISA plate reader, you should have a look at our multiplexing systems!
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