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Sciclone G3 Liquid Handling Workstation

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The Sciclone G3 workstation is Caliper’s highly flexible automated liquid handling workstation for drug discovery.  With proven performance, open-deck design, and integration-friendly architecture, Caliper's Sciclone G3 lab automation systems can be configured to handle just about any automated liquid handling application focus area including genomics, proteomics, immunoassays, and cell based assays.

The Sciclone G3, the latest iteration of Caliper's plate-prep workstation, features a 96- or 384-channel pipetting head, optional eight-channel pipettor and/or bulk reagent dispenser as well as Caliper's new "PING!" non-contact liquid level detection technology to ensure that all samples are processed during vacuum or pressure filtration. Sciclone also supports mag bead-based separations along with a large variety of on-deck shaking, heating and cooling options. The Sciclone G3T version with point-and-click capability supports up to 96 sample tubes with "smart" racks that ensure proper sample loading and identification prior to assay runs.

Applications:

• Next Generation Sequencing
• DNA Extraction
• Gene Expression
• HTS (High Throughput Screening)
• HCS (High Content Screening)
• Protein Purification
• DNA Purification
• DNA Isolation
• Genotyping
• ADME/ADMET
• GPCR
• RNA Extraction
• RNA Purification
• High-throughput plasmid preparation
• BAC DNA preparation
• Sequencing template amplification
• SNP genotyping
• High-throughput PCR cleanup

Product Sciclone G3 Liquid Handling Workstation
Company Caliper Life Sciences
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Caliper Life Sciences
68 Elm Street Hopkinton, MA 01748 USA

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