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How can I compensate for condensation build-up on the underside of a microplate lid with an assay requiring incubation?

Some assays require lids to remain on the plates, and significant condensation can collect on the lid, such as over a long-term kinetic run, obscuring the measurement. You can compensate for condensation build-up simply by using a dual wavelength measurement.

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