Pipetting Calibration and Technique Their Effects on Experimental Outcome
24 Jul 2014

The use of pipettes to transfer liquids is a daily activity in most life science research labs. From academic labs involved in leading edge discoveries to testing labs that follow routine standard operating procedures, the data generated can be greatly influenced by the performance of the pipette and technique of the user. This application note describes how pipetting and calibration techniques can effect experimental outcomes.

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