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Binding Site Exhibits Special Protein Analyzer Optilite at EUROMEDLAB 2022

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 12 Apr 2022
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Image: Optilite special protein analyzer on display at EUROMEDLAB (Photo courtesy of Binding Site)
Image: Optilite special protein analyzer on display at EUROMEDLAB (Photo courtesy of Binding Site)

Binding Site (Birmingham, UK) participated in the IFCC-EFLM European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (EUROMEDLAB) hosted by the German Society of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (DGKL), one of the oldest national societies devoted to clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine.

At EUROMEDLAB 2022, Binding Site exhibited its special protein analyzer, Optilite which is the perfect solution for the modern protein laboratory. Integrating powerful technology and intelligent software, Optilite is fully optimized for protein analysis to create simplicity from complex analytical processes. The true benchtop analyzer and assays work in perfect harmony, giving labs complete peace of mind and the freedom to allocate their time more effectively.

Optilite is specifically designed for laboratory workflow optimization. Its continuous loading of samples, reagents, and consumables plus automatic re-dilution to end result enable labs to maximize test throughput while minimizing hands-on time. A comprehensive menu of special protein assays, including Binding Site’s Freelite test, is available. With a compact benchtop design, Optilite is quick to install, easy to maintain, and is equipped with full LIS connectivity and automatic barcode recognition for full traceability. Unique to Optilite is a robust antigen excess protection system with three detection methods, thereby ensuring accurate and reliable results.

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