For laboratories of all sizes, and research in any stage of discovery or development, Gyrolab® technology reduces manual labor, run time and material consumption, enhancing workflow efficiency — that’s return on investment.
Whether you need to accelerate assay development for preclinical R&D, facilitate upstream and downstream bioprocessing, meet critical data and time requirements for regulated bioanalysis or strengthen quality control in manufacturing, Gyros Protein Technologies will put a new spin on what’s possible in your laboratory.
Gyrolab platforms process up to 112 data points per CD run within one hour, enabling fast, effective decision making. The option to load up to five CDs and unattended operation mean Gyrolab xPand does the work of an entire team of scientists, delivering results and maximizing productivity in your laboratory.
Gyrolab technology ensures parallel sample processing. With high-sensitivity, laser-induced fluorescence detection, Gyrolab platforms yield up to 112 data points per CD, all with exceptional reproducibility and minimal repeats. Read more about Gyrolab technology.
Gyrolab technology streamlines assay workflows, eliminating cumbersome plate-based assay development and validation. Quickly and confidently transfer assays between operators and labs.
Leading biopharmaceutical companies and contract research organizations (CROs) have implemented Gyrolab technology for a range of applications. Many of our customers have multiple Gyrolab platforms. See who else is using Gyrolab technology.
Gyrolab xPlore is a single-CD, cost-effective tool making automated nanoliter-scale immunoassays accessible to laboratories of every size.
With Gyrolab xPand, automated processing and multi-CD loading (up to five discs) optimizes immunoassay development, processing and performance in your laboratory.
|Well capacity||8 μL||100 μL|
|Assay run time (including o/n coating)||Approx. 1 hour||10 hours|
|Dynamic range||10.5-6400 ng/mL||88-666 ng/mL|
|Minimum required dilution of samples (MRD)||1:2||1:20|
|Assay development time||3 days||1 week|
|Frequent interruptions from deskwork||No||Yes|
Figure courtesy of C. Mallozzi and M. Kavosi, Pfizer