Robot for transferring bacterial colonies to 96 well microtiterplates

Dr. Duncan Clark duncan at genesys.demon.co.uk
Tue Oct 21 11:26:24 EST 1997


In article <62ihb3$80f$6 at info.service.rug.nl>, Marko Fennema
<m.fennema at chem.rug.nl> writes
>Hello,
>
>I was wondering if someone of you knows if their exists a automated device
>which can recognise bacterial colonies on a petridish and transfers them to 
>separate wells of a 96 microtiter plate. It should be a kind of optical 
>recognition system combined with a robot arm.
>

There are a couple available in the UK, one I think offered by Hybaid.
Not cheap though!

Duncan
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