The MikroWin PlateOrganizer extends the possibilities of MikroWin concerning input and Administration of sample identification data. On the one hand the PlateOrganizer is able to distribute sample identification data to up to 10 columns, so that e.g. for each sample, a sample ID, an expiration date, a batch number, a stock location etc. can be assigned to.On the other hand, the PlateOrganizer provides a comfortable method to enter sample information data, independent of MikroWin.Therefore, several microtiter plates can be prepared before the actual measurement is taken place.

PlatOrgaThe MikroWin PlateOrganizer can be used in combination with the MikroWin data reduction software only. On the one hand the PlateOrganizer needs the MikroWin template files in order to represent overlay and well combinations of the selected template (assay). On the other hand MikroWin will load the sample identification data files created by the PlateOrganizer in order to provide positive sample identification during the measurement of the plate. A system, using the MikroWin PlateOrganizer can, of course, also be combined with automatic sample distributor devices. The data exchange between the individual modules PlateOrganizer and MikroWin) is performed based on encrypted computer files. Therefore, it is possible to run the modules on different workstations (computers) and realize the inter-module data transfer over the computer network. However, running the two modules on a single workstation (computer) is, of course, possible.

The MikroWin PlateOrganizer extends the possibilities of MikroWin concerning input and administration of sample identification data. On the one hand the PlateOrganizer is able to distribute sample identification data to up to 10 columns, so that e.g. for each sample, a sample ID, an expiration date, a batch number, a stock location etc. can be assigned to. On the other hand, the PlateOrganizer provides a comfortable method to enter sample information data, independent of MikroWin. Therefore, several microtiter plates can be prepared before the actual measurement is taken place.

The PlateOrganizer offers two views of the microtiter plate. The upper view indicates a line of sample identification data for each of the individual positions of the microtiter plate. Each line is divided into different columns holding the specific identification data. This view is arranged like a list. The lower view represents the microtiter plate in matrix form. This view exclusively serves for visualization of the current microtiter plate overlay and filling state. Above the views, you will find a line of input and selection fields. This line serves for entering the plate ID, selecting the template to use and choosing the input mode. Underneath the views, a line of buttons is arranged. This buttons serves for controlling the program operations.

 

PlateOrganizer

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MikroWin PlateOrganizer

Identify your samples. Add meta data to each sample. Assign assays to perform to each sample. Print ToDo lists for manual pipetting.

PlateProcessor

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MikroWin PlateProcessor

Pipett samples into microplates for multiple tests in parallel. Print ToDo lists for manual pipetting.

MikroWin

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MikroWin

Control your microplate based Instrument. Combine sample identifier data and measurement values. Calculate assay results and generate appropriate reports.

QC-System

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MikroWin QC-System

Use the MikroWin QC-System to verify your microplate based reader. Repeat QC on defined intervals. Assign QC to each perfomred assay. Utilize QC database for autid trails.