Painless Nanoliter-Transfer Accuracy Inspection for Busy Screeners

By Albert, K., Mock, M., Shieh, J. | Poster

Abstract

Acoustic droplet ejection first provided low-nanoliter transfers for high-throughput screening applications in 2004. At that time, there were no methods that could quickly and accurately determine the accuracy and precision of the transfer volume. As a result, existing quality control processes were modified by many screening facilities for these determinations. These modified processes have become time consuming and troublesome tasks.  The Artel MVS Multichannel Verification System which measures transfer volumes in microplates using the ratio of measured absorbance values between two dyes, is a complete system that enables aqueous-based and DMSO-based volume verification on a rapid, standardized platform

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