ATP measurements are used to monitor substances and surfaces for bacterial contamination as well as for wastewater analysis.
AlphaScreen® relies on hydrogel coated Donor and Acceptor beads providing functional groups for conjugation to biomolecules.
AquaSpark™ is a new generation of chemiluminescent probes based on dioxetane derivatives that exhibit enhanced properties over traditional dioxetanes.
BRET (Bioluminescence Resonance Energy Transfer) is based on the fact that the energy derived from a luciferase reaction can be used to excite a fluorescent protein if the latter is in close proximity to the luciferase enzyme.
CALUX® Assays can be used to detect dioxins, dioxin-like PCB's, (anti)estrogens and (anti)androgen compounds by using a luminometer.
The activity of caspases can be monitored using luminescence, fluorescence or TRF and is a key method in apoptosis research.
Cellular chemiluminescence (CL) is the production of light by neutrophil granulocytes, monocytes or macrophages when phagocytosis is activated.
Coating means the immobilization of antigen, antibodies or any other compound on the well surface for the purpose of a binding assay. The “coated plate“ is part of a commercial ELISA kit or of a home-brew (self-made) ELISA assay.
Fluorescence polarization (FP) is the ideal tool to measure the binding of a small molecule to a much larger one.
FRET (Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer) can be performed in a microplate reader to detect the interactions of proteins and nucleic acids.

AlphaScreen® is a registered trademark of PerkinElmer.

Aquaspark® is a registered trademark of Ramot at Tel-Aviv University Ltd.

HTRF® is a registered trademark of Cisbio Bioassays.

SPARCL® is a registered trademark of Lumigen, Inc.