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Advanced Pipetting with Eppendorf's Multipettes Takes the Strain out of Serial Dispensing

The Electronic Multipette E3 and E3x from Leading Life Science Company Eppendorf Raise the Bar in Terms of Ease of Use and Versatility of Electronic Manual Dispensers

Developed in line with Eppendorf’s Physio Care Concept, electric motor driven dispensing helps to minimize the strain of work in the laboratory. Eppendorf’s instinctive design minimizes the risk of RSI by lowering operation forces and positioning buttons to accommodate natural hand movements....

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Manual Pipetting of 384 Well Plates Made Easy

New multichannel pipettes for whole columns or rows of microtiter plates

The new mechanical multichannel pipettes Eppendorf Research® plus and the new electronic multichannel pipettes Eppendorf Xplorer® plus can now tackle entire columns and rows of a 384-well plate in one single step...

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Put an end to imprecise dispensing of detergents, ethanol, glycerol and Co.!

The Eppendorf Multipette® M4 – More than just serial pipetting!

Eppendorf’s Multipette M4 is the latest addition to the company’s hand-held serial pipetting range, designed to minimise the time and effort required for precise and highly accurate repeat...

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Eppendorf Reference 2 Pipette Provides Optimum Accuracy and Reliability

For Valuable Testing Work

Eppendorf has introduced the Reference 2 pipette to its range of liquid handling instruments. The Reference 2 is the successor to the highly successful Reference pipette, and enhances...

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