The Singer Instruments' Rotor and Stinger robotic arm selects samples of cells from culture plates, then moves to a new plate to deposit the cells. multiple automated programs are selectable. As such, the rotor is capable of pinning nearly a million colonies per hour. It can be used to duplicate and back up large libraries of yeast, fungi, bacteria and algae, re-plate cells from liquid to agar and vice versa, replicate, mate, and re-array from single or multiple source plates at densities of 96, 384, 1536 and 6144.
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