Biomek i5 Automated Workstation

Optimize dependability and walk-away time. The Biomek i5 is a recent addition to our liquid handling portfolio, representing the best of what has made Biomek an industry-leading brand - combined with enhancements suggested by customers around the globe.

  • Ideal for medium- to high-throughput workflows
  • 25 deck positions
  • 0.5 µL-1,000 µL (Multichannel) or 0.5 µL-5,000 µL (Span-8) pipetting volume ranges
  • Single Multichannel head (96/384) or Span-8 pipetting with gripper

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Features of the Biomek i5 Automated Workstation

Biomek i5 Product Specifications

Minimum Table Support Requirements 71x83cm(28x33in)
Pod and Tool Type 1μL - 300 μL 96-Channel Head; 5 μL -1200 μL 96-Channel head; 0.5 μL - 60 μL Multichannel-384 Head
Tip Type T30_384; T25F_384; T50_384; T40F_384; T80_384; T40F; T80_LLS; T40F_LSS; T90; T50F; T90_LSS; T50F_LLS; T230; T230_LSS; T190F_LLS; T230_WB; T1070; T1020_WB
Software Biomek software, SAMI EX scheduling software, Biomek PowerPack software, Biomek Method Launcher, DART 2.0 software
Item Specifications Referenced B87583

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Flexible ELISA automation with the Biomek i5 Workstation Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs) are a common analytical tool for detecting the presence of a protein or other molecules of interest
Cell Culture Automating Cell Maintenance Cell culture is an essential workflow that enables studies to be performed in drug discovery and scientific
A highly consistent BCA assay on Biomek i-Series The BCA (bicinchoninic acid) assay is a popular method used in quantification of proteins
Biomek i–Series Automated Illumina® TruSight Tumor 170 32 Sample Method The TruSight® Tumor 170 sequencing assay is a qualitative oncology test optimized for the detection of gene variants across 170 gene targets in nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) extracted from formalin–fixed, paraffin–embedded (FFPE) cancer tissue samples.
A Highly Consistent Lowry Method on Biomek i-Series The quantification is based on peptide bonds of proteins reacting with copper under alkaline conditions followed by copper-catalyzed oxidation of aromatic amino acids, producing blue color

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