What Is a Micropipette Used for?

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Micropipettes are lab apparatus are used by scientists in laboratories to precisely and accurately deliver small volumes of a liquid substance. They come in different types and each is used to administer a specific volume of fluid. Micropipettes are also used in administering small injection dosages.
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mi·cro·pi·pette (mī'krō-pī-pĕt. ' n. A very small pipette used in microinjection. A pipette used to measure very small volumes of liquids.
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Gloves and goggles are standard PPE used when micropipetting. Before handling any solutions in the laboratory which may be potentially hazardous to your health, you must don the appropriate
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Use a new micropipette tip for each sample and transfer 50 L of eac...
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500 uL/2.5 uL= 200 tubes.
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A Micropipette is a very fine pipette used for measuring, injecting or transferring very small quantities of fluid in science laboratories. It is thus generally designed to handle liquid up to one millilitre in volume. It can also be used to microinject micro-organisms.
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