“ BlueWasher improved the z' of an assay for which I used to do the media change manually by "dump and tap" from around 0.6 to 0.8."

“Before we tried the BlueWasher, we had 4 cellular screens in 384w plates for which we could not achieve the reproducibility and z' metrics required to put those screens into HTS and we were ready to give up on those screens.  When we tried the BlueWasher, our quality metrics were immediately met and we have been running those screens ever since.”

“ The statistics of data sets generated with the BlueWasher are vastly improved vs our conventional methods.  Because there is so much less background noise in the data I can set the hit calling threshold much lower - I miss fewer potential hits and I generate fewer false positives, making our downstream discovery efforts much more productive."

Read what our users say about the BlueWasher.

“The time the BlueWasher saved us in fixation protocols and the increased reproducibility of cell numbers between wells after washing allowed us to use poorly adherent cells that we had given up on using.”

The BlueWasher operates without a waste pump.

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Pharmacology

US Pharmaceutical Company

“With the BlueWasher we see much lower %CV and have on average higher number of cells remaining in the wells after the wash steps, which is improving our results. Also, the BlueWasher is much faster at doing the media replacements than doing it on our robotic platform (about ten times faster with 1,536 well plates)."

“My conclusion is that the BlueWasher is the best plate washer we have ever tested.”

Aaron Lock

Senior Research Assistant
Discovery Biology | Cancer Therapeutics CRC Griffith University 

Nathan | QLD Australia 4111 

Karl-Johan Leuchowius, PhD
CRISPR Screening Scientist
The High Throughput Screening Facility
Walter+Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
1G Royal Parade, 3052 Parkville, Australia

Director
HTS
 

US Pharmaceutical Company

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Pharmacology

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