Echo Liquid Handling for
A significant increase in efficiency and speed while reducing costs
Echo Liquid Handlers integrated into an Access Workstation provide a high-throughput, fully automated system, pooling oligos, assembling constructs, and spotting colonies. Whether using the Gibson Assembly or Golden Gate cloning method, tipless acoustic liquid handling reduces costs, waste, and saves time.
Labcyte is accelerating synthetic biology with acoustic liquid handling, by enabling the rapid synthesis and quality control of assemblies. By reducing the assay volume by up to 100x, you'll enjoy faster, smaller volume, more accurate liquid transfers, without the risk for contact-induced volume loss or contamination.
Traditional DNA assembly methods require reactions of 10-20 microliters per well. The Echo Liquid Handler can reduce the volume 100-fold, drastically cutting reagent costs. With the ability to reliably transfer volumes as low as 25 nanoliters, Echo systems can extend the useful life of a primer library and eliminate the need to dilute high concentration primers, saving on storage and primer costs, and preventing dilution errors. Market-leading synthetic biology companies use Echo Liquid Handlers to automate gene synthesis with higher throughput and lower cost than they could with tip-based liquid handlers.
(The Echo) is an extremely fast instrument... a significant savings in terms of time. We’ve been able to compress pipelines that take about 12 hours to about 3 hours.
Dr. Sunil Chandran, Amyris Biotechnologies