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How to Eliminate Common Pipetting Errors

Learn about common pipetting errors and how to avoid them for more repeatable experimental results.






Pipetting errors are common contributors to variation between and within experiments. Pipetting errors arise from a number of sources, ranging from mechanical problems with the instrument to inconsistencies in operator technique. Furthermore, working with small volumes amplifies pipetting errors.

Download this article from Avidien Technologies to learn more about the causes of pipetting errors and how new technologies and software-guiding can help researchers eliminate them.