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ADAP Software represents a unique and modern interface for the PC
control of all Anthos reader models.
Flexible function-levels of ADAP allow test programming and data
evaluation protocols from routine to more complex scientific
ADAP is available in Basic,
Plus, and Expert versions.
ADAP Basic is supplied free of charge with all
readers and provides all the necessary functions for control and
Dependent on available measurement modes
ADAP Basic provides the following features:
ADAP Basic provides access control by user name and password for
3 different authorization levels. This gives the user the
opportunity to work within FDA 21 CFR, part 11 compliance.
|Quick and easy Assay Setup:|
The basic module is an efficient tool for obtaining raw data for
all measurement modes including endpoint, kinetic, spectral scan
and position scan.
|Data Storage and Data Export:|
All data can be stored to a database or as a text file. “Easy
copy and paste” transfer of data to Excel.
|Kinetic Data Reduction:|
The user can choose between various kinetic data reduction modes
This software extension of ADAP Basic is the
recommended package for routine absorbance and luminescence
applications such as ELISA and LIA and includes:
Quantitation of Samples:
Samples of unknown concentrations can be quantified by use of a
Linear regression, point to point, cubic spline and 4 parameter
fit; linear and logarithmic axis scaling as well as
Up to 4 different cut off values can be used to define 5
different groups of samples.
Eliminates outliers and helps to avoid pipetting errors.
Assay conditions can be established to verify test chemistry.
This software is an extension of ADAP Plus
and offers kinetic evaluation and position scanning properties
combined with visualization of data.
Intra-Plate Multi Assay:
6 different assays can be combined on one plate.
Area and Linear Scan:
Linear scan is used to verify agglutination. Area scan can be
used to perform precipitation/insolubility studies.
Reduced data from kinetic assays can be taken for further
calculation and verification of test chemistry.