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Automated liquid handling workstation

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Also referred to as Automated Liquid Handler (ALH), Liquid Handler or Liquid Handling Robot. An automated workstation specifically designed for transferring aliquots of liquids from one vessel to another. The computer control circuitry and software allows the user to customize the liquid handling procedures and transfer volumes. More complex liquid handling workstations can perform multiple LUO's such as sample transport, sample mixing, manipulation and incubation, as well as transporting vessels to/from other workstations or devices such as bar code readers, spectrophotometric devices, storage devices and incubators.

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Automated Liquid Handling Workstations
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Automated Liquid Handling Workstations interfaced to other devices - creating a small Workcell


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