Increasing reproducibility and accuracy of tissue typing protocols

INTEGRA announces that their VIAFLO ASSIST personal pipetting assistant has been optimized for use with Linkage Biosciences LinkSēqtissue typing products.

The VIAFLO ASSIST has been demonstrated to increase confidence in and the simplicity of a laboratory’s tissue typing workflow. Offering consistent dispensing volume, consistent immersion depth, and consistent pipetting angle, the reproducibility and accuracy of tissue typing protocols are increased, especially during middle of the night, on-call tasks.

VIAFLO ASSIST

All VIAFLO ASSIST pipettes supplied by Linkage Biosciences come pre-programmed with a LinkSēq pipetting protocol. Simply add LinkSēq sample mixture to the reservoir and allow the VIAFLO ASSIST to add reagent to the entire LinkSeq 384-well tray. The LinkSēq VIAFLO ASSIST kit comes with the necessary consumables to get started without delay.

An application video demonstrating this exciting new tissue typing protocol can be seen at www.linkagebio.com/product/ac-300/.

For further information on the VIAFLO ASSIST personal pipetting assistant:

INTEGRA Biosciences is a leading provider of high-quality laboratory tools for liquid handling and media preparation. The company is committed to creating innovative solutions which fulfil the needs of its customers in research, diagnostics and quality control within the life science markets and medical industry.

Today, INTEGRA innovative laboratory products are widely used all around the world. More than ninety distribution-partners form a worldwide sales network providing responsive and competent services to customers. These distribution partners are supported by a highly motivated and experienced team of specialists at the company headquarters in Zizers, Switzerland and Hudson, NH, USA.  INTEGRA is an ISO 9001 certified company.

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