|Oct25-11, 06:56 PM||#1|
Microtiter/Microwell plate filling with solid materiale - HOW?
Well this is my first post here in the forum, I hope I put it into the right catagory.
Im hoping that someone here might be able to help me with a little problem that I cant find the solution to. Im not a lab geek, unfortunately but im trying to describe a process where I found that Microwell plates would be ideel to use.
I would like to fill the plates in a machine, with a solid materiale. But all I can find is liquid dispensers for these types of plates. Does anyone know a machine that would do this ?
Afterwards they are supposed to be filled with a liquid and then again a sample object.
Im hoping that this would be possible to do in a 24 hole - Deep well plate, where the holes contain 10.000 μL (10ml)
Hopefully someone can guide me towards a cheep model, since I would like to try it out in real life for a study im doing.
If someone also know where to get these plates at a reasonably, price from a producer or wholeseller in china or something it would also be swell ;)
Thanks for your time :)
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