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Innovative Device Automates Handheld Pipetting

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INTEGRA has announced the VIAFLO ASSIST - an innovative new device that, in combination with a VIAFLO II electronic handheld pipette, enables the pipette’s protocols to be performed automatically. This unique new product reduces the need for traditional handheld pipetting to a minimum.

Product Innovative Device Automates Handheld Pipetting
Company INTEGRA Biosciences
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INTEGRA Biosciences
Tardisstrasse 201 Zizers CH-7205 Switzerland

Tel: +41 (0)81 286 95 30
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