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Application kits are specially designed for eye research for injecting retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and for intraocular (IO) injections. In addition, these kits may be used for brain injection in More>>
WPI's Nanoliter 2010 Microinjection Pump is ideal for many applications, including zebrafish, xenopus oocytes and drosophila. MICRO4, an optional microprocessor-based controller, can provide an More>>
When it comes to setting up microinjection systems, the options appear endless. The pictures below give some broad suggestions on how you might set up your own system. Keep in mind that many parts More>>
Watch how researchers from the University of Chicago inject adult zebrafish using a 10μl NanoFil microsyringe controlled by a Micro4 controller and UltraMicroPump III (UMP3-1 includes one UMP3 More>>
Chiara Cianciolo Cosentino, at the University of Pittsburgh, describes how she uses intravenous microinjections of zebrafish larvae to study acute kidney injury in this JoVE video. You can also watch More>>
Researchers at the University of Michigan are using WPI's PV820 for injecting a morpholino solution into the lumen of the otic vesicle of 1-day old zebrafish embryos. Then, they use electroporation More>>
Are you looking for a unique, low-volume syringe that holds metal tips (with needles as small as 36 gauge) as well as glass or quartz tubing? NanoFil is the answer. Necessity is the mother of More>>
The system depicted includes components often favored by researchers: PV820 Pneumatic PicoPump, PUL-1000 Micropipette Puller, M4C stand, M3301R micromanipulator, 5430-XX PicoNozzle Kit with a More>>
Specially designed tips as small as 36 gauge (110 micron OD) are offered in both blunt and beveled styles. Our studies have shown that these tips will cause less trauma to the tissue than any other More>>
World Precision Instruments' PUL-1000 is a microprocessor controlled, four-stage, horizontal puller for making glass micropipettes or microelectrodes used in intracellular recording, microperfusion More>>