Woodpecker instrument previews at ACA
Cambridge-based TTP Labtech is set to showcase its new product for crystallography.
TTP Labtech, provider of liquid handling automation for crystallography, will be exhibiting at the American Crystallographic Association from 28 July to 1 August.
The new woodpecker instrument will broaden TTP’s currently available crystallography portfolio, enabling the simple, reliable and fast set-up of screen plates.
- Non-contact positive displacement pipetting, allowing the dispense of a broad range of fluid viscosities from as low as 0.5 µL.
- Optimised screen plates can be set-up in less than 5 minutes, with zero cross-contamination.
- Mosquito LCP automates membrane protein screening, optimisation and scale-up, while eliminating the issues often associated with the LCP method.
Further supporting TTP Labtech’s dedicated crystallography product portfolio, it will be presenting two posters at the upcoming ACA meeting.
The first, entitled “Fast, simple and accurate screen optimisation with the TTP Labtech woodpecker” provides an introduction to the new woodpecker instrument, outlining its capabilities as an automated non-contact screen optimiser.
The second poster, “mosquito Crystal and mosquito LCP: fast, reliable automation of protein crystallisation drop set-up” outlines the capabilities of both mosquito models, as well as their applications in automating hangingdrop, sitting drop and microbatch set-up.
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