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Dry beveling micropipettes using a computer hard drive

October 31, 2006

I really like this kind of application: a person used an old hard disk to bevel micropipettes for electrophysiology [1]. It’s fast, simple, easy and the author got an article published at an impact factor 1.784.

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[1] Canfield, J.G. “Dry beveling micropipettes using a computer hard drive” Journal of Neuroscience Methods 158 (1):19-21.

From → Computers, Lab life

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