Tube Auditing Improves Results

  • Fig. 2: Volume and precipitate detectionFig. 2: Volume and precipitate detection

Significant time and effort is expended in screening chemical and biological sample libraries; however, no matter how advanced the screening system, the end results are only as good as the quality of the sample in the microplate wells. Survey data suggests that up to 5% of plate wells may be empty, and 3-5% may have samples at the wrong concentration. Knowing the sample volume in the source microtube, and whether there is any precipitate, prior to plating, is key to avoiding screening empty wells, or samples at the...

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