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LITRE. A French measure of capacity. It is of the size of a decimetre, or one-tenth part of a cubic metre. It is equal to 61.028 cubic inches. Vide Measure.

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The ability of robust and high calibre liquid handling robots to accurately and consistently dispense multiple nanoliter volume samples enables large screening studies to be done.
Pipettor for pipetting nanoliter volumes and the preparation of concentration gradients in the assay plates, and
These issues range from the creation of interfaces to deposit the nanoliter volumes of fluid onto the surface and the regulation of evaporation to the selection of the appropriate combination of heat sink and substrate to produce clear temperature gradient patterns without evaporating the liquids.
Without using pins or tips, the Echo 525 liquid handler can precisely and accurately dispense 25 nanoliters per droplet, enabling assay miniaturisation and improving data quality.
It also released two new modules for its CyBi-Well vario platform enabling nanoliter parallel pipetting from 100-2500 nanoliters.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of I/O Board For Nanoliter Robot With Block For High Throughput Hanging Drop
The assets include liquid- and cell-dispensing instrumentation technologies such as high-density microplate formats, nanoliter volume noncontact dispensers and multiwavelength fluorescence detectors.
The system requires less than 1 [micro]L for analysis, and a low-volume nanoliter injector valve is used for sample injection.
Traditional HPLC pumps monitor flow rates with pistons or syringes, both of which cannot be adapted to nanoliter quantities.
Through continuing innovations, Gilson has developed solutions that help meet the need to dispense nanoliter volumes with extreme accuracy and precision.
Among the techniques discussed were ESI-FTICR mass spectrometry, nanoliter DNA sequencing, high-throughput SNP scoring, microchannel-based synthesis, high-throughput methods for pharmaceutical pre-formulations, and high-throughput screening by flow cytometry.