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Thermo Scientific Multidrop Microplate Dispensers Video
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See how Thermo Scientific Multidrop Microplate Dispensers can provide automated dispensing and eliminate manual pipetting leaving more time to do research. The Thermo Scientific Multidrop Dispenser range provides easy, stress free automated dispensing, eliminating the need for manual pipetting. The easy to use intuitive interface allows the automated dispenser to be quickly programmed to maximise dispensing into a variety of different microplate formats. With precise and accurate performance the dispenser ensures reproducible results, increasing throughput and time available for demanding research tasks.

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