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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Key words: Lang Levy pipette; micropipette; oscillating tube instrumentation; pycnometer; solution density.
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For our purposes, this activity is the perfect introduction to using a micropipette. Proper procedure is modeled by the teacher and then corrected individually while checking to make sure that students are only going to the first stop to draw up their sample.
For the study, pMHC molecules taken from a transgenic mouse were placed onto a red blood cell held by a micropipette, simulating the activity of antigen-presenting cells, which normally isolate these foreign molecules and display them for recognition by T cells.
Typical micropipette nozzles are flat at the end, but too much tilting breaks the liquid contact.
They grew the microbe on a thin, flexible micropipette, then pulled away its body.
Using a tiny straw-like glass instrument called a micropipette, researchers sucked out the cell's nucleus, the part that houses genetic information.
Identify a picture from the micropipette in front of you?
Using a micropipette, Milano's team injected a solution containing human genes for adrenergic receptors into very young mouse embryos.
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