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On synthetic biology workflows compared to traditional methods
(The Echo) is an extremely fast instrument... a significant savings in terms of time.
Dr. Sunil Chandran - Sr. Director, Amyris BiotechnologiesLEARN MORE
In sample volume and costs
The Echo acoustic droplet ejection (ADE) technology has revolutionized liquid handling with its non-contact, high-precision, high-speed capabilities for transferring liquids using acoustic energy. Sound waves eject precisely-sized droplets from the source plate onto the destination plate suspended above.
Dr. David McClymont Head of Automation, London DNA Foundry
Pere Mir Pardo, Ph.DLab Manager IGENOMIX, Valencia
Carla Grandori, M.D., Ph.D. CEO, SEngine Precision Medicine
Vincent Noireaux Professor, University of Minnesota
The ability of the Echo to work with much smaller volumes sizes is also important, and a big help in reducing enzyme costs while stretching the amount of use we get from our DNA parts library.
It’s so easy, with no pipetting required – and for example I’ve seen an undergraduate do a few 1,000 reactions per week. By hand, this would have taken months.
We are now running thousands of assays versus hundreds before.
The infinite flexibility that the instrument is capable of is what brought us to look at it closely.
Dr. Carla Grandori and her team at SEngine Precision Medicine describe their goal to target and find specific vulnerability of individualized cancer cells by using the Echo acoustic liquid handling technology.VIEW VIDEO