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QIAGEN BIOROBOT 8000 ROBOTIC WORKSTATION available

QIAGEN BIOROBOT 8000 ROBOTIC WORKSTATION available - Microbiology Forum

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Old 09-25-2006, 07:27 PM
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Default QIAGEN BIOROBOT 8000 ROBOTIC WORKSTATION available



Qiagen Biorobot 8000 s/n 2367 complete with Dell Optiplex GX 110 and
QiaSoft 4.1 software and the customized table. The system has been
certified, decommissioned and packed by a Qiagen service engineer. The
Qiagen Biorobot is a robotic workstation for liquid handling and
nucleic acid purification, which features high-throughput, walkaway
automation.

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