Save Time with the Free Method Check
Feb 17 2017 Comments 0
Pipetting is often time-consuming in the laboratory both for routine tasks such as serial dilutions, as well as for more complex methods such as PCR. Automatic pipetting systems, also called pipetting robots, can free-up time for other tasks. However, automation is not worthwhile for every method. BRAND® now offers a free method check to answer the question how much time automatic pipetting actually saves.
The offer is aimed at laboratories that regularly use pipettes and want to flexibly automate recurring tasks. Brand provides the check for methods such as PCR, qPCR or ELISA, as well as for routine tasks such as the reformatting and replication of plates, the preparation of assay ready plates, or cherry picking. Because work is performed differently in each laboratory, Brand will always look at the individual method of the customer and will not use predefined standard methods.
In addition to the free method check, Brand also offers a free two-week-practice validation with the new Liquid Handling Station pipetting system. "The Brand Liquid Handling Station is very flexible. With the new specifically developed Brand software, we can create a method for each test customer in just a few minutes mapping the user’s day-to-day (usual) pipetting procedures. Once installed these methods can be automatically executed and hence lot of time can be saved for other tasks," said Dr Antonio Romaguera, Head of Product Management at Brand.
Sign up now for the free method check at email@example.com. There is more information on www.brand.de/method-check.
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