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Manual pipetting of 384-well plates made easy!

Once throughput increases and sample volumes decrease, users face a dilemma. The so-called “alternate well pipetting method”, which uses 8- and 12- channel pipettes to fill 384-well plates, demands intense concentration; furthermore, it is time-consuming and carries a high risk of error.  

Eppendorf

With their 16- and 24- channels, the new mechanical multichannel pipettes Eppendorf Research plus and the new electronic multichannel pipettes Eppendorf Xplorer plus can now tackle entire columns and rows of a 384-well plate in one single step. Up to 24 reactions may thus be started and stopped simultaneously. An entire plate can be managed manually within the space of a minute. In this way, the user will save time while improving the reproducibility of their results.  

The Eppendorf epT.I.P.S.® 384 and ep Dualfilter T.I.P.S.® 384 systems offer users the utmost in security and comfort. The unique SOFTattach technology utilizes elastic forming grooves that contribute to a perfect tip fit as well as a perfect seal. Tip attachment forces are thus reduced by up to an additional 40 % per tip. The system’s extremely fine tip shape and perfect coaxiality makes maneuvering samples into the tiny wells of a...

Additional information, including a contact form to request a demo, is available at www.eppendorf.com/ready-set-pipette.

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