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mi·cro·pi·pette

, micropipet (mī'krō-pi-pet', -pī-pet'),
A pipette designed for the measurement of very small volumes.

micropipette

, micropipet (mī′krō-pī-pĕt)
An extremely small pipette used for measuring small amounts of fluid substances.
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Being an accredited lab, NRL regularly executes in-house calibration of several instruments along with micropipettes. Accordingly, calibration process for few linked centers was performed showing contemporaneously malfunctioning of micropipettes used for testing.
For our purposes, this activity is the perfect introduction to using a micropipette. Proper procedure is modeled by the teacher and then corrected individually while checking to make sure that students are only going to the first stop to draw up their sample.
Typical micropipette nozzles are flat at the end, but too much tilting breaks the liquid contact.
This promotion on micropipettes will help labs stay within their budget while selecting pipettes that best fit their needs.
Throughout the semester, in order to successfully perform the experiments, the students used micropipettes. Therefore, it was important that they acquired this skill early in the semester.
Micropipettes may be made from high density polyethylene tubing or they may be made from low density 1- to 100-nL Eppendorff[TM] Geloader tips.
Tenders invited for Fixed volume and variable volume micropipettes
A bandolier spool of miniature syringe-like micropipettes provides a continuous feed of disposable tips to the pipetting head.
Tenders are invited for supply of below mentioned articles/items, for use in Dr.S.N.Medical College and attached hospitals, Jodhpur Micropipettes with Variable Volume Single Document cost : INR 1000 EMD value : INR 1600 Pre-bid meeting date : 25 Jun 2018 Opening date : 17 Jul 2018
Contract notice: provision of precision micropipettes, consumables (cones, syringes, capillaries) and accessories, calibration and refurbishment of the micropipettes.