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P.O. Box 100 163
75312 Bad Wildbad
Phone: +49 7081 177-0
Fax: +49 7081 177-100
BERTHOLD TECHNOLOGIES is a German manufacturer of luminometers, plate readers, fluorometers,
photometers, imaging systems, HPLC detectors, gamma counters and radiation protection instruments.
BERTHOLD TECHNOLOGIES is considered a worldwide leader in luminescence measuring technology
and has provided thousands of luminometers for research and diagnostics.
The CentroXS3 luminometer for academic and pharmaceutical research has been developed with
an optimized optics for even higher demands on sensitivity. The new CentroLIApc is an ideal instrument
for diagnostic applications and clinical use.
In recent years we have expanded the development of microplate instruments which support new
modern measuring methods. Our multimode reader Mithras demonstrates exceptional performance in
BRET technology, which is mainly used in research of G-protein coupled receptors.
HTRF® certified the Mithras can be used for the screening and investigation of biological interactions
such as kinases or second messengers.
In gene expression studies, reporter genes have become an invaluable tool. Using our extremely
sensitive imaging instrument the “NightOWL“, the gene expression can be examined directly in living
organisms and we are making a substantial contribution to the breakthrough of this technology.
50 years proven and DIN ISO 9001 certified manufacturing practice ensures the high quality of all instruments.
BERTHOLD TECHNOLOGIES provides a world wide network of affiliates and representatives.
Last update of this entry: August 11, 2015
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