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U of Michigan employs TTP Labtech mosquito pipettor
May 2012
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CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom—TTP Labtech and the University of Michigan have announced a collaboration centered on TTP Labtech's mosquito X1 automated nanoliter pipettor and a well-known microplate mover. The university's High Throughput Screening (HTS) Core Centre for Chemical Genomics will use the fully automated system to automate the selection and processing of compound hits from screens, utilizing its library of 150,000. The platform is fully controlled by mosquito CherryPicker software, and the pipettes' design allows for multiple aliquots of compound from each pipette.
 
"The mosquito X1 instrument has proven revolutionary in increasing the throughput of our hit selection service. It is particularly important to us that the mosquito X1 can cherry-pick the compounds from the storage plates and … perform dose response dilutions for use in our secondary screening stage," said Martha Larsen, director of HTS.

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