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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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Pipetting stations and electronic handheld pipettes are used primarily in pharmaceutical and contract analysis as well as in R&D facilities.
The system features a dual, multispan pipetting system that provides two individual banks of multiple pipettes where each moves independently in multiple axes, delivering high speeds and throughput.
Fast replication or reformatting of 96 and 384 well plates and high precision transferring of reagents, compounds and solutions to or from microplates is now as easy as pipetting with a standard electronic pipette into a single tube.
In addition, ARTEL provides liquid handling quality assurance support and consultation services including on-site pipetting technique training and certification for pipette users and laboratory managers, as well as Liquid Handler Performance Verification services for automated laboratories.
This feature ensures that the operator's wrist is in a comfortable position not only for regular pipetting but also when they reach for samples within confined spaces.
Anachem, the liquid handling specialist, offers an extensive range of Rainin multichannel pipettes, providing you with the best choice to suit your high throughput pipetting needs.
Single-channel pipettes are for pipetting one aqueous sample at a time.
They found an increased risk of hand (odds ratio = 5.0) and shoulder (odds ratio = 2.4) ailments associated with pipetting for more than 300 hr per year.
Pipettes and pipetting technique are often taken for granted which is a serious oversight that can cost far more than time and money when criminal cases are concerned.
[USPRwire, Thu Feb 21 2019] Pipetting systems, also known as liquid-handling robots, are devices that measure the accurate volume of regent and specimen at a high pace.