96-well plate harvester

Guy Hermans ghermans at luc.ac.be
Wed Jul 16 02:59:37 EST 1997

In article <I.McFarlane-1507971137540001 at mac052034.lif.icnet.uk>,
I.McFarlane at icrf.icnet.uk (Ian McFarlane) wrote:

> Hi,
> Has anybody got any recomendations of a good and/or cheap 96-well plate
> harvester for radiolabell incorporation assays?
> Ian Mc

Hy Ian,

we currently use the Scatron betaplate harvester; it's fully automated,
programmable and has several inlets plus hot/cold separate outlets. Will
harvest on glass fiber mats very efficiently (but we only use it for
non-adherent cells - no guarantees on others!)

I'm not sure if the same model is still on sale, though.

Hope this helps,


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