Join us at Genome 10K and Genome Science conference 2017

Meet mosquito at this years Genome 10K and Genome Science conference

Venue: Earlham Institute, Norwich, UK
Date: 29 Aug – 1 Sept 2017
Presentation: 31 Aug 2017, 9:45am, Session 6b, Klaus Hentrich (TTPLabtech)
Automated low-volume liquid handling for cost-effective NGS library preparation and single cell genomics

Join the team at this years Genome 10K and Genome Science conference, hosted at the Earlham Institute in Norwich.

We will be showcasing our liquid handling instrument mosquito!

Unlike traditional liquid handlers, the mosquito robot uses  positive displacement liquid handling technology. This superior pipetting mechanism allows dispensing in the 25 nL – 5 µL range with high precision and accuracy, across the volume range. Using this technology to prepare lower reaction volumes results in dramatic cost savings while preserving data quality compared to standard reaction volumes.

Furthermore, the use of disposable mosquito tips ensures zero cross-contamination and gentle sample handling. Additionally, it offers the ability to pipette liquids with high viscosities (such as enzymes in 50% glycerol or genomic DNA) accurately and precisely. It provides a unique opportunity to maximise data output in a Genomics research laboratory or core facility setting.

We hope to see you at Klaus Hentrich (TTPLabtech) presentation:
Automated low-volume liquid handling for cost-effective NGS library preparation and single cell genomics

Date: 31 Aug 2017
Time: 9:45am
Where: Session 6b

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