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Automated Mother / Daughter Microplate Replication

Automated 96 & 384 Well Microplate Replication

Mother / Daughter, plate-to-plate transfer, plate replication and plate stamping are all considered a terminology for duplicating samples in microplates.  Plate replication standardizes the original format of the samples and gives the laboratory the ability to quickly and efficiently transfer samples, either 96 or 384 samples at a time, depending on if the systems heads a 96 or 384 head configuration, thus leading to the term 'stamping' of samples since they are all done in one single motion.

In Hight Throughput Screening (HTS) applications, hundreds, thousands and even millions of samples from compound libraries need to be transfered into a 96, 394 and 1536 microplate format and reproduced many time in order to screen the compounds in multiple assays and different dilutions.

This is a standard function of either size of the Oasis Series Liquid Handling Robot Platforms, as shown above, with the deck position locating any combination of source plates, destination plates and disposable tips.  A wash station for tips may also be implemented to reduce the cost of disposables.

Automated Liquid Handling Robot Configuration

Oasis 96 or 384 Heads

The Oasis Series Platform, or Workstations, are designed to meet the current application needs of today's Life Science Companies.  Whether applications are as simple as sample transfers or as involved as a High Throughput Screening, the Oasis Series is meant to perform and give the users the reliability they expect in a piece of automation. More

 
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