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How To Make Better Pipettes-Scientists Empowering Scientists

This is a recording of a webinar that Sutter Instrument hosted on July 1, 2015. The webinar was the first event in a series of webinars with tutorial presentations. We will be providing step-by-step guidance to the new experimenter as well as advanced tips and tricks for the experienced user. To round it off, newly introduced products will be discussed on a case-by-case basis.


  • Jan Dolzer, Tech Support and Product Development, Sutter Instrument: Introductory Remarks and New-product Overview
  • Adair Oesterle, Tech Support Micropipette Fabrication and Microinjection, Sutter Instrument: Optimizing Settings on Your Sutter Micropipette Puller
  • Telly Galiatsatos, Tech Support and Product Development, Sutter Instrument

Questions and Answers The webinar was held in two sessions at different times of the day. Questions and answers from both sessions were combined in this video. Who should watch this recording? - Electrophysiologists who use micropipettes and micromanipulators for patch clamp, sharp electrode or extracellular recordings. - Researchers who perform microinjections, including nuclear transfer, sperm injection and application of substances into cell cultures or intact organisms.

How To Make Better Pipettes - Scientists Empowering Scientists

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