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Unequal loading of MCP100 capillary pin

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Default Unequal loading of MCP100 capillary pin



I'm using Bio-Rad BioOdyssey Calligrapher MiniArrayer with MCP100 capillary pins. When I print the same material (mainly protein solution) with the same setup onto FAST slides, sometimes I can print several hundred sometimes less than 20 spots with one load. What can be the cause of this huge variability?
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