Liquid handling robot


Liquid handling robot

A Liquid handling robot is used in automation of chemical or biochemical laboratories. It is a machine that dispenses a selected quantity of reagent, samples or other liquid to a designated container. The simplest machine simply dispenses an allotted volume of liquid from a motorized pipette or syringe, and more complicated machines can also manipulate the position of the dispensers and containers (often a Cartesian coordinate robot) and/or integrate additional laboratory devices (such as centrifuges and microplate readers).


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