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Integra Biosciences

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Quick Volume Adjustment Manual Pipette

Integra Biosciences

The Evolve manual pipette features three adjustable dials for setting each individual volume digit. The user just  needs to depress and twist the plunger to unlock the volume dials. Once unlocked, freely adjust the three dials to set th...

Rapid Reagent Dispenser

Integra Biosciences

The VIAFILL reagent dispenser is ideal for applications including compound storage/addition, ELISA, genomic/proteomic studies and screening, as well as cell based and kinetic assays. Featuring an intuitive touchscreen user interface, programming...

Benchtop Vacuum Aspiration System

Integra Biosciences

VACUSIP is a portable benchtop vacuum aspiration system that can be placed wherever needed. Besides increased mobility, the battery version of the VACUSIP allows you to keep the workspace clean and organized, making it ideal for the use in a Cla...

Automated Pipetting System

Integra Biosciences

Preparation of reproducible serial dilution assays, especially in 384-well plates, is a challenging task, as it requires many pipetting actions and is highly dependent aon an operator’s technique and experience. However, observing good...

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