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micropipette

[¦mī·krō·pī′pet]
(medicine)
An extremely fine glass capillary tube with a narrow tip on the order of micrometers that is used to extract or deliver minute quantities of fluid.
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The micropipette promotions were designed to offer a range of high quality and economic alternative products to help customers find the right solution.
The duo loaded a micropipette - a device that dispenses tiny amounts of liquid - with a copper electrolyte solution.
The stress-strain experiments involve applying a suction pressure to capture bitumen droplets at the ends of micropipettes with tip diameters that are of the order of 10 [micro]m.
Population spikes (PS) were recorded with glass micropipettes filled with saline (2-10 M[OMEGA]) and placed in the stratum pyramidal of CA1 region.
Micromanipulators attached to the microscope allow insertion of micropipettes into the capillary.
Between 1996 and 2000, Harvard Bioscience also acquired five product lines in the areas of cell injection, intracellular research, diffusion chamber systems, micropipettes and amino acid analysis, for approximately $2.
Kopelman and his colleagues at Hebrew University in Jerusalem grow tiny crystals of anthracene at the tips of metal-coated glass micropipettes.
The $27,000 grant will allow Clark to purchase additional equipment to enhance the program, including micropipettes and stands, and electrophoresis reagents.
Exact placement by micropipettes and micromanipulators is greatly facilitated.
Over the past decade, our center has grappled with adequately training secondary science students and teachers to use micropipettes, trying to balance time spent practicing versus time investigating restriction enzymes or solving a crime using DNA gel electrophoresis.
The PCR setups were carried out in a "PCR clean area," with the bench area, micropipettes, and gloves cleaned with DNAse Away before each reaction setup, and only filtered pipette tips were used.
Glass micropipettes were beveled to a 23-25[degrees] angle and a 2-4 [micro]m inner tip diameter.