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pipette

a calibrated glass tube drawn to a fine bore at one end, filled by sucking liquid into the bulb, and used to transfer or measure known volumes of liquid
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Based on Middleton, Wis.-based Gilson's PIPETMAN pipettor, the platform performs applications targeted to life sciences laboratory applications.
Two [micro]l of peptides in diH2O were added to each circuit with a multichannel pipettor and were allowed to dry at RT, followed by a brief wash with di[H.sub.2]O and drying at RT.
Pipettors: Another must-have component of the lab, and not one easily substituted with cheap alternatives.
We used a Digiflex TP (Titertek) automatic pipettor equipped with dual microprocessor-controlled, direct drive stepper motors for aspirating and dispensing and a Turbovap LV evaporator (Caliper Life Sciences) for drying samples.
Transfer one drop (if using transfer pipet) or 10 microliters (if using pipettor) of undiluted, overnight bacterial culture into the tube labeled "#1." Cap the tube, and invert to mix.
Under this agreement Biohit becomes a focus supplier of pipettors and disposable pipettor tips to VWR customers throughout Europe.
For our screening instrumentation, we chose an integrated screening system, the SAGIAN Core System from Beckman equipped with a three metre rail, ORCA robotic arm, Biomek FX liquid handler (96-tip and span eight pipettors), and SAMI integration software.
Generic disposable tips are used in these pipettors. Custom packaging and custom imprinting of company name or logo also is available.
Using conventional pipettors over extended periods, researchers have reported nerve damage and carpal tunnel syndrome.
For data management, the MVS can evaluate 16- and 24-channel pipettors, as well as pipettors with one, two, four, eight, 12, 96, and 384 channels.