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Improving the efficiency of 384 "mini-tube" technology using mosquito nanlolitre pipetting
384-well plate “mini-tube” consumables have been developed by automation companies such as REMP and The Automation Partnership (TAP) to hold compound samples divided into single-use storage tubes. Each tube holds 40 -75 µL, and is filled, sealed, stored and then thawed just once before use. However, when accessed by conventional pipetting technology, the tube’s practical working volume is as little as 20 µL, which means high compound wastage. The seal must also be pierced prior to pipetting to p

Date Posted: 28/02/2008
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