micropipet


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micropipet

[‚mī·krō·pī′pet]
(engineering)
A pipet with capacity of 0.5 milliliter or less, to measure small volumes of liquids with a high degree of accuracy; types include lambda, straight-bore, and Lang-Levy.
A fine-pointed pipette used for microinjection.
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We further assessed the effect of EEAC on the migration of CL1-0 cells using the wound scratch assay in which the confluent monolayer was scraped with a sterile micropipet tip to create a scratch wound.
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We transferred eggs to the agarose ramps and injected them with DNA/phenol red solution using a micropipet secured in a micromanipulator (Zeiss, Jena, Germany).
Without disturbing the pellet at the bottom, use a micropipet to carefully remove the clear supernatant (containing DNA) to another sterile test tube.
Various chemistries have been used to attach DNA probes to filters, but most involve a carboxyimide coupling using 5'-aminomodified nucleosides placed directly on the surface with a mechanical micropipet.
Other items required include a thermal cycler, gel electrophoresis equipment, and micropipets and tips.
Immediately after the Hg vapor exposure on GD18, blood was drawn from the tail of four females in each group into hepa-rinized calibrated micropipets (Drummond Scientific Co.