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litre

(US), liter
1. one cubic decimetre
2. (formerly) the volume occupied by 1 kilogram of pure water at 4?C and 760 millimetres of mercury. This is equivalent to 1.000 028 cubic decimetres or about 1.76 pints

liter, litre

A metric unit of volume equal to 1/1000 cubic meter; equal to 61.03 cubic inches.

litre

A series of coats of arms of the pious founders of certain churches in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
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It introduced the compact Aquarius multi-channel pipetting system for use with fixed or disposable tips and a volume range of 200 nanoliters to 50 microliters.
Its one nanoliter reaction volume is one ten thousandth the volume of conventional screening systems, and can potentially save millions of dollars on large scale screening campaigns through reagent savings, labor reduction, and multiple compound library printing.
96 Dynamic Array, a new integrated fluidic circuit (IFC) capable of performing 9,216 simultaneous real-time PCR experiments running TaqMan[R] assays in nanoliter quantities.
Fluidigm's Integrated Fluidic Circuits, or IFCs, integrate a diverse set of liquid handling functions on a nanoliter scale to perform measurements, or assays, with minute volumes of reagents and samples.
today presented SNP genotyping data from a study of human genomic samples using its proprietary high-density nanoliter through-hole array chip for PCR-based genomic assays.
Dosage rate of protein and crystallization solution to the plates eliminates the problem of evaporation, although only the metered volume of 100 nanoliters.
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have created a miniature device that can make complex viscosity measurements on sample sizes as small as a few nanoliters.
The company is commercializing a tear-testing platform, the TearLab Osmolarity System, that enables eyecare practitioners to test for highly sensitive and specific biomarkers using nanoliters of tear film at the point-of-care.
Due to its unique nanofluidic design, the Cell Biosciences system uses exceptionally small test samples - the authors report using only 4 nanoliters per test.
nanoliters per dispense to 2 liters per minute continuous flow.