Anytime you make a purchase for your lab, it’s important that you do your research to ensure that you are making the best purchasing decision possible. Pipettes are an important piece of laboratory equipment, and this purchase deserves its fair share of scrutiny. While it’s important to shop around for the best quality and value, you will need to determine what kind of pipette you need before anything else. Consider some of the differences between the basic kinds of pipettes to determine which one is best for you.
Pipette Best Practices
High volume pipetting as part of daily lab work can quickly become routine. Before engaging the autopilot during this vital lab task, take a minute to review these best practices.
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