Articles Citing Microplates, Omni Trays

 
 


Blotting Arrays On Membrane

   
 

  1. Marta Matvienko, Manuel J. Torres, and John I. Yoder. (2001) Transcriptional Responses in the Hemiparasitic Plant Triphysaria versicolor to Host Plant Signals. Plant Physiology September 2001; 127(1):272-282
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Inoculating Arrays On Agar Plates

   
 

  1. The DeRisi Lab at UCSF internet posting of protocol to inoculate yeast onto agar plates with V&P replicators.
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Slot Pin Replicators

   
 

  1. J. Nat. Prod. (2007), Accelerating the Discovery of Biologically Active Small Molecules Using a High-Throughput Yeast Halo Assay. 70, 383-390
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Robot Liquid Transfer (HTS Applications)

   
 

  1. Internet Posting. Richard Y.T. Kao, Jeremy L. Jenkins, Karen A. Olson, Marc E. Key, James W. Fett and Robert Shapiro. (2002) A small-molecule inhibitor of the ribonucleolytic activity of human angiogenin that possesses antitumor activity. July 23, 2002
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Tumble Stirring (Mixing In Microplates)

   
 

  1. The ability to simultaneously stir the contents of 2,592 wells using 96 well microplates or 13,104 wells using 384 well microplates opens the possibility of miniaturizing many different processes from synthesis to micro-fermentations. These many new possibilities are discussed in articles published in the March 2, 1998 issue of "The Scientist" Volume 12 #5 page 13 and the March 1998 issue of American Laboratory News Edition, Volume 30 #7, page 10.
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  2. March 1998 issue of American Laboratory News Edition, Volume 30 #7, page 10.
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  3. Jung-Hwan Kwon, Lynn E. Katz, and Howard M. Liljestrand (2006). Use Of A Parallel Artificial Membrane System To Evaluate Passive Absorption And Elimination In Small Fish. The University of Texas at Austin
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