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(3.) Chen, T., Dubuc, D., and Grenier, K., "Accurate Nanoliter Liquid Complex Admittance Characterization up to 40 GHz for Biomedical Applications."
Implementing an automated nanoliter liquid handler can often resolve issues commonly associated with the manual set-up of crystallization screening trials, offering consistent, accurate volume dispensing and drop placement.
34-year-old scientist and his 40-member team at the Harvard Medical SchoolBrigham & Women's Hospital apply nano and microscale technologies to manipulate cells in nanoliter volumes to enable solutions to real world problems in medicine including applications in infectious disease diagnostics and monitoring, cell encapsulation and assembly for cryobiology, and tissue engineering.
India, March 1 -- The new PHD ULTRA Syringe Pump drug and cell delivery system from Harvard Apparatus provides highly accurate and precise injections of low nanoliter to microliter volumes of cells and drugs delivered to specific spatial locations.
Thus, a 4 x 4 plate could contain 16 different antibodies into which a small (micro- to nanoliter) serum or treated tissue sample would be pipetted.
The company offers a wide volume of delivery capabilities to meet most any need--whether customers dispense in nanoliter, milliliter or multi-liter sizes; use a material that is fluid or highly viscous; require an ambient or hot temperature; or dispense in tiny dots or metered adhesive patterns.
"At Labcyte, we evaluated a wide variety of low-volume liquid handlers and found the Deerac Latitude and Equator to have the best precision in the 50 nanoliter range," stated Labcyte CEO Dr.
He said the winemaker or lab tech prepares a diluted sample of must or wine, adds 1 nanoliter to a disposable cassette containing a fluorescent marker agent, propridium iodide, that dissolves in the must and dyes the DNA of the yeast.
The single syringe infusion/withdrawal pump consists of a controller and a remote pump head designed to use microliter syringes and deliver nanoliter volumes at low flow rates.
It is valuable to develop such a device that makes it possible to detect extremely little hormone-disrupting chemicals in the beverage and drinking water and to carry out an easy inspection of blood as little as nanoliter at home.
This allows assays of dozens of compounds to be run under hundreds of conditions in nanoliter volumes in a single run.
Other frequently used measures of volume are the microliter ([10.sup.-6] L) and the nanoliter ([10.sup.-9] L).