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New Open Access Platform Desktop Spotter To Be Unveiled At Analytica in Germany

Published: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Last Updated: Thursday, March 27, 2014
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Poly-Pico Technologies Ltd. are showcasing their new open access platform desktop ‘Pico Spotter™’ at Analytica Munich in Germany next month.

The 24th international trade fair and conference for Laboratory Technology, Analysis and Biotechnology is one of the largest in Europe and will have international market leaders present their forward looking innovations while the conference will reflect a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art scientific methods and developments. 

Key features of this self-calibrating technology platform include ease of automation as it allows for robotic arm target plate placement and removal,  maximisation of data points with accurate (+/-1pl) dispensing therefore minimising dead volume of precious biomaterials and significant cost reductions in cleaning as there is no requirement to wash / clean between cycles. The Pico Spotter also eliminates the risk of cross contamination via its disposable cartridges, contents of which can be frozen (-20°C) for storage or later use.

Companies or research centres in the areas of Assay Development and Screening, High-Throughput Technologies, Micro and Nano-biotechnologies and Bioanalytical Techniques who are in the market for high precision ultra-low volume fluid dispensing technologies should visit the Poly-Pico Booth #341 in Hall B2 in Analytica for a demonstration of this technology.


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