micropipette


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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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A 500-[micro]L aliquot of hemolymph was transferred via micropipette into 500 [micro]L chilled glycine ethyl ester hemolymph dilution buffer prepared daily before each use (Chang et al.
Bitumen droplets were held at the micropipette tips by a suction pressure that was applied using a 60 mL syringe.
The drugs were serially diluted ten-fold from rows A to G of the 96-well microtiter plates using multichannel micropipette.
The company's new OMIX micro-extraction micropipette tips for Tomtec's Quadra automated SPE workstations enables SPE directly in the tip.
They grew the microbe on a thin, flexible micropipette, then pulled away its body.
2+] ionophore A23187, administered by ejection via pressurized micropipette into the arteriolar lumen.
Purified human DNase I of known activity (1 [micro]L) was placed on the penciled spot on the CAM sheet with a Pipetman P2 micropipette (Gilson).
After the RBC rinse, all clot material retained on the insert was transferred to the filtrate using a disposable micropipette tip.
An individual daphnia is transferred quickly and accurately with the use of micropipette from a stock culture in a clear plastic test chamber (100 mm x 45 mm * 10 mm) with 25 ml of the cultivation water (1) which is transferred to the toxicity analyzer (2) disposed in a thermostatic environment (20 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C).
The drop of the testing liquid (V = 3 [micro]l) was placed with a micropipette (Biohit, Finland) on the polymer surface, and a contact angle of the testing liquid was measured.
The focus really could be on accurately using a micropipette to measure small volumes of liquid.
The SDS helps prevent the sperm storage organ from sticking to the sides of the tube or in a micropipette tip.