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Automate your buffer preparation with Tecan’s Buffer Creation Wizard

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Tecan’s Buffer Creation Wizard fully automates buffer preparation for bioprocessing on Freedom EVO® liquid handling systems. It allows preparation of buffer sets in plates or tubes for subsequent screening experiments, such as high throughput process development (HTPD). Fast, reliable buffer preparation can be performed using either manual buffer layouts or Design of Experiment (DoE) generated formats (*.txt), including Modde (Umetrics) and Assist (GE Healthcare). The required volumes of each solution are calculated and a ready-to-run script generated with just a few clicks of the mouse.

Key features:

-    Quickly and easily establish a database of stock solutions
-    Intuitive database modification
-    Accommodates various labware formats
-    Algorithm accounts for buffer temperature dependency
-    Displays information for buffer composition in every single well
-    Generates a ‘shopping list’ to simplify experimental preparation

Product Automate your buffer preparation with Tecan’s Buffer Creation Wizard
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